|提及的人：||Winfield Scott Hancock|
|注意：||Reprint. Originally published: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, 1960.|
|描述：||368 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm.|
|责任：||by Glenn Tucker ; maps by Dorothy Thomas Tucker.|
Winfield Scott Hancock was an intimidating figure who impressed friends, foes, and fellow generals alike. Known as Hancock the Superb after McClellan described his performance as such during the Battle of Williamsburg in the Peninsula Campaign of 1862, Hancock eventually rose to become the Army of the Potomac's greatest corps commander. Though his reputation and legacy gradually faded over time, Hancock was one of the North's foremost war heroes by the end of the war, and he nearly became president in 1880 when he was just barely defeated by a less decorated Civil War veteran, James Garfield.