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Cdv of General Albert Lee
Cdv of General Albert Lee. Excellent view of this scarce Kansas general.
Minor corner clips, otherwise in fine condition, with wear as shown in the scan. Jacobs, New Orleans photographers b/m.

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Lee, Albert L., brigadier-general, was born in Fulton, N. Y., Jan. I6, 1834. He was graduated at Union college in 1853, studied law, removed to Kansas and became judge of the state supreme court there in I86I. He resigned this office to become major of the 7th Kan. cavalry, became its colonel, May I7, 1862, and in Jan. 1863, was given a commission as brigadier-general of volunteers to date from Nov. 29, 1862.
He commanded the 2nd cavalry brigade at the battle of Corinth and afterwards in Grant's central Mississippi campaign, and acted as chief of staff to Gen. John A. McClernand in the operations about Vicksburg and in the battles of Champion's hill and Big Black river, May 16 and 17, 1863.
On May 19 he commanded the Ist brigade, 9th division, 13th army corps in the assault on Vicksburg, and was severely wounded by gunshot in the face and head. Rejoining his brigade for duty, July 26, 1863, he was ordered to New Orleans and saw service as chief of cavalry,
Department of the Gulf, on the staff of Gen. Banks, in western Louisiana. He commanded the cavalry division in the Red river expedition of 1864, commanded an infantry brigade in the expedition up the White river, in July of that year, and in August was assigned to command the cavalry division headquarters at Baton Rouge, La. He was ordered to New Orleans in Jan., 1865, and was on duty until May 4, when he resigned his commission and was mustered out of the service.
After the war Gen. Lee spent much of his time for a number of years in Europe, and was engaged in business in New York.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 8