General Butler in New Orleans, circa 1864 - Stock Image

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Union General Benjamin Butler is featured in this vintage engraving from the American Civil War circa 1864. General Butler took New Orleans in 1862. Here he is seated on the porch of a southern mansion flanked by other Union officers. General Butler was a controversial figure and reviled by many after the war, though he later served as Governor of Massachussetts. Engraved by H.B. Hall after a drawing by a young Thomas Nast (1840 - 1902). Published in an 1864 biography of General Butler, it is now in the public domain.
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