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    Feb 19,  · Ambrose Burnside: A True Story About Facial Hair By Park Cofield and Reid Hitt Originally produced for Xperimental Puppetry Theater (XPT) .

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    Main article: Battle of Fredericksburg Union General Ambrose Burnside, McClellan was removed after failing to pursue General Robert E. Lee 's retreat from Antietam, and Burnside was assigned to command the Army of the Potomac on November 7,

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    Jun 27,  · Ambrose Burnside Before “Sideburns” Born in Liberty, Ind. on May 23, , Ambrose Burnside first began his military education at New York’s West Point military academy. He graduated in and was then stationed in Veracuz during the Mexican-American War.

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    Lincoln offered Burnside command of the army, but Burnside refused. He did not think that he was qualified. After Second Manassas, he was again offered command of the Army of the Potomac. Again, Burnside refused. Burnside's pristine reputation as a military commander began to erode at the Battle of Antietam in September

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    Ambrose Everett Burnside [1], –81, Union general in the U.S. Civil War [2], b. Liberty, Ind. He saw brief service in the Mexican War [3] and remained in the .

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    Ambrose Everett Burnside began his military career of varied success after graduating 18th in a class of 47 from the United States Military Academy in He received a brevet second lieutenant position in the 2nd Artillery, and served during the Mexican-American War mostly on garrison duty in Mexico City. After the war, he briefly served in garrison duty in the southwestern United States.

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    1 negative: glass, wet collodion. Photo, Print, Drawing [Portrait of Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, officer of the Federal Army] digital file from original neg.

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