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What did general Rutherford B. Hayes do before and after war?

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What did Rutherford B. Hayes do before he was presadint?

Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th US President, served as City Solicitor of Cincinnati, Ohio; was a US Congressman and Governor of Ohio. He was also a Major General in the Civil War


What did Rutherford Hayes do?

He was a lawyer, General in the civil war, member of the House of Representatives, Governor of Ohio, and 19th President of the US.


What wars were Rutherford B Hayes in?

Hayes served with distinction on the Union side in the Civil War. He entered the Ohio militia as a major and was a major general by the end of the war. He was wounded several times, once seriously.


Why did Rutherford b Hayes died?

He died because he was slaughtered in the war.


What year was Rutherford B. Hayes a judge?

I do not think he was ever a judge. He was city sollicitor for a little while before the Civil War.


What side did Rutherford B. Hayes fight for in the civil war?

Union


What Civil war veterans became president of the U.S.?

There are many Andrew Johnson (General) Ulysses Grant (General), Rutherford Hayes (General), James Garfield (General), Chester Arthur (General), Benjamin Harrison (General), and William McKinley (Major).


What did Rutherford B. Hayes do been before he was elected to office?

He was a lawyer before he held any public office, and he also fought in the Army in the Civil War. Before he was president, he was the governor of Ohio.


What role did Rutherford B. Hayes play in the US Civil War?

He was a Brevet Major General of Volunteers in the US Army, served and was wounded in the Battle of South Mountain.


Why are Rutherford B. Hayes important to the US?

Rutherford B. Hayes is important because he was a citizen soldier. He served in the Civil War. In 1862, he led a charge in the Battle of South Mountain, and other wars.


What did Rutherford B. Hayes do internationally?

Helped settle the Paraguay-Bolivia boundary war.


Who was the civil war general that turned president?

While Grant is the best known former General to later become President,two other former Generals also became President. Rutherford B. Hayes was a Major General as was James Garfield.


Who was the only U.S. president to be wounded while serving in the Civil War?

Rutherford B. Hayes ^^


Did Rutherford B. Hayes serve in the military during the civil war?

Yes, he took part in some 50 engagements and was wounded several times, once seriously. He rose to the rank of major general by the end of the war.


Which president was injured during civil war?

Rutherford B. Hayes was wounded several times, once seriously, during the Civil War.


Did the US ever declare war on Chile?

Yes, on a dare from President Rutherford B. Hayes, for 17 minutes.


What future US President commanded a brigade in West Virginia during the Civil War?

== == Rutherford B. Hayes.


Was Rutherford B. Hayes a good president?

Yes because he helped healed the USA after the civil war.


What war did president Hayes fight in before becoming president?

The American Civil War is where Hayes saw military action.


When was Rutherford County NC started?

Rutherford County, NC was settled in 1777. It is named after Griffith Rutherford who was a general in the American Revolutionary War. It has a population of 68,000.


What president had 4 horses shot out from under him in battle?

Rutherford B. Hayes during the Civil War. (I thought it was Washington, but he had only two.)


Who commanded a brigade in West Virginia in the Civil War?

Rutherford B. Hayes. Ps... I'm 10 years old and I just outsmarted you.


Rutherford B. Hayes occupation before presidency?

Type your answer here... In 1845, Hayes began practicing law in Ohio. From 1858-61, he served as the Cincinnati City Solicitor. Hayes served in the Civil War, rising to the rank of major general of volunteers. He showed valor on the battlefied having been wounded several times. He resigned soon after Lee surrendered in 1865. Hayes was quickly elected as a U.S. Representative serving from 1865-67. In 1868, Hayes became the Governor of Ohio. He served from 1868-1872 and again from 1876-77 when he became President


How did Rutherford County Tennessee get its name?

Rutherford County and named in honor of Griffith Rutherford. He was an American Revolutionary War general who settled in Middle Tennessee after the Revolutionary War. He was President of the Council of the Southwest Territory (the upper chamber of the territorial legislature).