DEFENCE OF MAJOR GEN. PILLOW BEFORE THE COURT OF INQUIRY AT FREDERICK MARYLAND AGAINST THE CHARGES PREFERRED AGAINST HIM BY MAJ. GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT.

N.p. n.p., 1848. wrps. (Lacks wrps., v.g.). Item #42404

Pillow was a fairly inept soldier, advanced to generalship in the Mexican War by strong political ties to President Polk. He infuriated Gen. Scott, who tried twice to make a court martial stick.

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