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Lafayette McLaws
January 15, 1821 Lafayette McLaws born, Augusta, Georgia
  Lafayette McLaws
July 21, 1861 Francis Bartow dies from a gunshot wound received during the battle of First Manasas
  Lafayette McLaws
July 1, 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, PA
  Civil War - 1863
  Lafayette McLaws
  James Longstreet
July 7, 1863 General Lafayette McLaws writes a letter critical of his childhood friend and commanding officer at Gettysburg, James Longstreet
  Lafayette McLaws
  James Longstreet
December 17, 1863 Major General Lafayette McLaws is relieved of duty by General James Longstreet after the battle of Fort Sanders. McLaws demands a court-martial. He is cleared of all charges
  Lafayette McLaws
  James Longstreet
May 18, 1864 Major General Lafayette McLaws is placed in command of the defenses of Savannah, Georgia
  City of Savannah, Georgia
  Lafayette McLaws
April 27, 1896 General Lafayette McLaws [CS, Longstreet] addresses the Confederates Veterans Association of Savannah and changes the story he gave in his official report, taking James Longstreet to task for the failure at Gettysburg
  City of Savannah, Georgia
  Lafayette McLaws
  James Longstreet
July 24, 1897 James McLaws dies, Savannah
  Savannah, Georgia births and deaths
  Lafayette McLaws






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