The General Who was Not a General

November 2010
Old Huntsville Magazine;Nov2010, Issue 213, p43
The article focuses on Edward Dorr Tracy, a Civil War general who made his home in Huntsville, Alabama in the mid 1850s. Tracy graduated from the University of Georgia and went to war as captain of a company of Huntsville volunteers known as the North Alabamians. He died on May 1, 1863 and was buried in Macon, Georgia.


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