Old Fuss and Feathers: The Life and Exploits of Lt.-General Winfield Scott, the Only American Commander who Never Lost a Battle, the One Victorious General to Lose a Presidential Election, Patron of Lee, Protector of Lincoln, Most Inept of Politicians, Strategist, Statesman, Humanitarian
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BLACKSTONE LOSES A RECRUIT
HERO OF THE NIAGARA FRONTIER
PEACEMAKER OF THE REPUBLIC
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