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Richard Cacioppe (#48110386)
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Bill Thayer
Eugene E. McLean/McClean
Thru a weirdness, that link for the "Official Records of the Rebellion" came out wrong. It's
http://bit.ly/OfficialRecords

The Travis trial was notorious (but predates the War of Secession so has nothing to do with the link above of course); patchy information about it is scattered thruout the Web, for example
http://bit.ly/TravisTrialAtTSHA
I mentioned it mostly because not only there may be a lot of material in the JAG's Office but because from there you might get other leads,

Mrs. McLean died in 1905 a few months before her husband. Excerpts at least from her diary (or maybe the whole thing, I'm not too clear on it) were published in 1914: When the States Seceded (Diary of Margaret Sumner McLean), New York, NY: Harper's Magazine Jan. 1914, pp292‑288, online at
http://bit.ly/MSMcLeanDiary
Added by Bill Thayer on Apr 26, 2013 9:42 AM
Bill Thayer
Eugene E. McLean/McCLean
No luck with me; my only useful suggestion (apart from the even more obvious one of tracking both spellings, McLean seeming to be the commoner one, for example the one his wife's diary was published under) is for you to get in touch with the USMA Librarian, but you've almost certainly thought of that already. In connection with the Travis trial, there will be records in the Judge Advocate General's Office in Washington; and for the War of Secession, the Official Records are online at http://bit.ly/http://bit.ly/OfficialRecords

BT
Added by Bill Thayer on Apr 26, 2013 6:29 AM
 

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