Orders from the Engineer Department of the United States Army to Brevet Second Lieutenants Charles Mason and Robert E. Lee [manuscript], 1829 August 11.

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Orders from the Engineer Department of the United States Army to Brevet Second Lieutenants Charles Mason and Robert E. Lee [manuscript], 1829 August 11.

Orders, 1829 August 11, Washington, issued from the Engineer Department of the United States Army to Brevet Second Lieutenants Charles Mason and Robert E. Lee. Printed list of "Cadets arranged in order of merit. . .June, 1829," [Military Academy at West Point]. Printed list of "Cadets arranged in order of merit. . .June, 1829," [Military Academy at West Point].

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