E.P. Alexander distinguished himself as a Confederate artillery officer and aeronaut

Jordan, Jonathan W.
January 2006
Military History;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p14
This article profiles the late Confederate artillery officer and aeronaut Edward Porter Alexander. A brief family background of Alexander is given. His educational background follows. Also, his career in the military has been detailed. Edward Porter Alexander died in Savannah, Georgia on April 28, 1910.


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