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George Mclellan

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Q: President Lincoln replaced this general with Ambrose Burnside after his failure to win at Antietam?
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What general replaced General George B McClellan after he delayed an attack on Robert E Lee after the Battle of Antietam?

After Antietam (Sept 17, 1862) when McClellan once again believed he needed time for his troops to rest. President Lincoln replaced him (on Nov 7) with General Ambrose Burnside. That was the end of McClellan's service as a Union military leader. As an aside, General Burnside felt uncomfortable replacing George B. McClellan. He had been loyal to him, also, he was not sure the command of the Army of the Potomac would be a fit for his abilities.


Who replaced general mcCLellan?

Ambrose Burnside


Who replaced general Ambrose in the civil war?

I think you mean Ambrose Burnside. He was replaced by Joe Hooker.


Who replaced Ambrose Burnside?

William Tecumseh Sherman


Did Ulysses S. Grant replace George McClellan?

McClellan was replaced by Major General Ambrose E. Burnside on November 7, 1862, shortly after the Battle of Antietam.


Who was replaced by general hooker in the civil war?

Ambrose Burnside


Who replaced mcCleallan under the union forces?

Gen.McClellan was removed from command twice. First after the Seven Days' Battles,his replacement then was Gen. John Pope.Secondly after the Battle of Sharpsburg(Antietam) he was then replaced by Gen. Ambrose Burnside.


Abraham Lincoln replaced George B Mclellan because of his performance with who?

Ambrose Burnside


What is Ambrose E Burnside's middle name?

Everett. Ambrose Everett Burnside


When was Ambrose Burnside born?

Ambrose Burnside was born on May 23, 1824.


What is Ambrose Burnside's birthday?

Ambrose Burnside was born on May 23, 1824.


What side did Ambrose Burnside fight for in the US Civil War?

General Ambrose E. Burnside had just been named by Lincoln as the general in charge of the Army of the Potomac. Burnside replaced the former head of this army, General George B. McClellan.