Wood, Sterling Alexander Martin

Sterling Wood was a Confederate general from Alabama who quit the war in the autumn of 1863. After the war, Wood became a prominent attorney who died in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the town where Dickinson graduate Nathaniel Lupton worked diligently during the post-war years to help rebuild the University of Alabama.
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Full name
Sterling Alexander Martin Wood
Place of Birth
Birth Date Certainty
Exact
Death Date Certainty
Exact
Gender
Male
Race
White
Sectional choice
South
Origins
Slave State
Education
Other
Other Education
St. Joseph's College (KY)
Occupation
Military
Attorney or Judge
Educator
Journalist
Church or Religious Denomination
Catholic (Roman or Irish)
Government
State legislature
Military
Confederate Army
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