• Joseph Wheeler

    Joseph Wheeler

    Joseph "Fighting Joe" Wheeler (September 10, 1836 – January 25, 1906) was an American military commander and politician. He is known for having served both as a cavalry general in the Confederate States Army in the 1860s during the American Civil War, and then as a general in the United States Army during both the Spanish–American War and Philippine–American War near the turn of the twentieth century. For much of the Civil War he served as the senior cavalry general in the Army of Tennessee and fought in most of its battles in the Western Theater.

  • Joseph Wheeler Plantation

    Joseph Wheeler Plantation

    The Joseph Wheeler Plantation, commonly known as Pond Spring or the General Joe Wheeler Home, is a historic plantation complex and historic district in the Tennessee River Valley in Wheeler, Alabama. The property contains twelve historically significant structures dating from 1818 to the 1880s. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 13, 1977, due to its association with Joseph Wheeler.

  • Joseph Wheeler Bloodgood

    Joseph Wheeler Bloodgood (May 15, 1926 – July 7, 1960) was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.

  • Joseph Wheeler (disambiguation)

    Joseph Wheeler (1836–1906) was a Confederate States Army general.

  • Joseph Wheeler (sculpture)

    Joseph Wheeler (sculpture)

    Joseph Wheeler is a bronze sculpture commemorating the American military commander and politician of the same name by Berthold Nebel, installed in the United States Capitol as part of the National Statuary Hall Collection. The statue was gifted by the state of Alabama in 1925.

  • Failure in the Saddle: Nathan Bedford Forrest, Joseph Wheeler, and the Confederate Cavalry in the Chickamauga Campaign

  • Joseph Wheeler (pirate)

    Joseph Wheeler (fl. 1696-1698) was a pirate active in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea. He is best known for sailing alongside Dirk Chivers and Robert Culliford.

  • Joseph Wheeler (musicologist)

    Joseph Hugh Wheeler (1927 – 11 October 1977) was a British musician and musicologist.

  • Joseph Wheeler (shipbuilder)

    Joseph Wheeler began building and repairing ships in the early 19th century using derricks and slips on the Brickfield slobs off the Strand Road, Cork. By 1829 he had moved to a yard on the Lower Glanmire Road where he built a patent slip. In the 1850s he moved, this time to a purpose built yard at Rushbrooke that was built around a large drydock designed by Sir John Rennie the Younger. While at the Lower Gleanmire Road yard, Wheeler built a number of wooden ships including his largest, the 500-ton Mary Hardy.

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