Butler, Benjamin

Butler, Benjamin (Franklin)

(1818–93) soldier, politician; born in Deerfield, N.H. He supported Jefferson Davis for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1860, but still managed to obtain a senior command in the Union army. Butler led federal land forces against New Orleans in 1862 and became the draconian and allegedly corrupt governor of the occupied city. A postwar member of Congress (Rep., 1866–75; Ind., 1878–82), he was elected governor of Massachusetts in 1882.
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Victoria Berg, Christina Booth, Joshua Butler, Benjamin Cyr, Michaela Dupuis, Colby Graupner, Thomas Lafortune, Suriyan Narayana, Robert Pappas, Ariana Plante, Laura Wood, Sarah Woodford
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WALSALL: Ince, Westwood, Gerrard, Fox, Taylor, Harper, Dobson (Sam 78), Keates, Cooper (Demontagnac 47), Butler, Benjamin (Wrack 65).
WALSALL (4-4-2): Ince; Pead (Smith, 73), Westwood, Gerrard (Taylor, 46), Fox; Cooper (Wrack, 46), Dobson, Keates, Harper; Butler, Benjamin.
WALSALL: (4-4-2): Ince; Pead (Smith 73), Westwood, Gerrard, Fox; Cooper (Wrack 46), Dobson, Keates, Harper; Butler, Benjamin.
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