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George B. McClellan papers

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  • "The George B. McClellan papers (1856-1928) comprise 18 folders of correspondence, speeches, images and printed matter. The material covers McClellan's career as a Brigadier General for the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War, as well as his presidential candidacy in 1864. Correspondents include Ambrose Burnside and Edwin Stanton."
  • "A diary (microfilm copy and typed transcript) kept by McClellan, who led a party engaged in surveying a route for a railroad eastward from the Pacific Coast, mainly through the state of Washington (1853). The party met the expedition of Isaac I. Stevens, which was pushing westward from St. Paul for the same purpose. Included are photocopies of a few letters (August 1852-June 1856) by Stevens and others about the railroad surveys."

  • "Archives"
  • "Records and correspondence"
  • "Portraits"
  • "History"

  • "George B. McClellan papers"