ROSECRANS, WILLIAM STARKE – Sermons and Biblical Studies


(September 6, 1819–March 11, 1898), was a Union General during the Civil War. He was noted for having increased the number of chaplains in his company, insisting that his troops not fight on the Sabbath, and conversed often with his staff in religious discussions, once till 4 a.m. for ten nights in a row. Having been a significant part of many major battles, General Rosecrans motto was:

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