1800s Civil War Union General John Cochrane Hand Written Letter New York. Born August 27, 1813 in. Died February 7, 1898 in. New York was an American lawyer. He was the grandson of.
He became a member of the. Afterwards he studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1834, and practiced in.
And then moved to New York City. In 1852, he campaigned for. Who appointed him Surveyor of the.
Serving from 1857 to 1861, where he took a prominent part in the debates on land reform, revenue, and other public questions. At the outbreak of the. He became a colonel of the. 65th New York Volunteer Infantry.(also known as the 1st United States Chasseurs), which he commanded in the. In July 1862, he was promoted to. Of volunteers, but resigned his commission in February 1863, ostensibly on account of failing health but more likely as a result of his political maneuverings after Fredericksburg. Before that date, he had commanded a brigade under Brigadier General. This brigade was present at the. New York State Attorney General. From 1864 to 1865, elected on the ticket which was nominated by the. In 1864, he was nominated by the. For the vice-presidency on the ticket with.
He was a delegate to the. As leader of the New York delegation to the. In 1872, he was instrumental in securing the nomination of. Afterwards he became a Democrat again, and was elected a Sachem of.
In 1872 and 1873, he was President of the. Common Council of New York City.As such he was Acting Mayor of New York when Mayor. He died at his home at 7 East Sixty-Second Street in.
He was a member of the. The item "1800s Civil War Union General John Cochrane Hand Written Letter New York" is in sale since Monday, June 15, 2015.
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