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Article:Hazard Stevens
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==Early life and the Civil War==
 
==Early life and the Civil War==
 
Stevens was born in [[Newport, Rhode Island]] on June 9, 1842, the son of [[Isaac I. Stevens]] and Margaret Hazard Stevens. In 1854, his father became the first [[List of Governors of Washington|governor]] of the new [[Washington Territory]] and the Stevens family moved to [[Olympia, Washington]]. Both father and son volunteered in the Union army during the Civil War and served in the 79th Highlanders of the [[79th New York Volunteer Infantry|New York Volunteers]]. Hazard Stevens was a major and assistant adjutant general. Hazard was wounded and his father, by then a general, was killed in the [[Battle of Chantilly]] on September 1, 1862. For his contribution to the capture of [[Battle of Fort Huger|Fort Huger]], [[Virginia]], on April 19, 1863, Stevens received the Medal of Honor on June 13, 1894.<ref name="Haines"/><ref name="UofOLibraries"/><ref name="Eicher509">Eicher, John H., and [[David J. Eicher]], ''Civil War High Commands.'' Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8047-3641-3. pp. 509-510</ref> Stevens was mustered out of the Union Army volunteers on September 19, 1865.<ref name="Eicher509"/> On January 13, 1866, [[President of the United States|President]] [[Andrew Johnson]] nominated Stevens for appointment to the brevet grade of [[Brigadier general (United States)|brigadier general]] of volunteers, to rank from April 2, 1865, and the [[U.S. Senate]] confirmed the nomination on March 12, 1866.<ref>Eicher. 2001, p. 758</ref>
 
Stevens was born in [[Newport, Rhode Island]] on June 9, 1842, the son of [[Isaac I. Stevens]] and Margaret Hazard Stevens. In 1854, his father became the first [[List of Governors of Washington|governor]] of the new [[Washington Territory]] and the Stevens family moved to [[Olympia, Washington]]. Both father and son volunteered in the Union army during the Civil War and served in the 79th Highlanders of the [[79th New York Volunteer Infantry|New York Volunteers]]. Hazard Stevens was a major and assistant adjutant general. Hazard was wounded and his father, by then a general, was killed in the [[Battle of Chantilly]] on September 1, 1862. For his contribution to the capture of [[Battle of Fort Huger|Fort Huger]], [[Virginia]], on April 19, 1863, Stevens received the Medal of Honor on June 13, 1894.<ref name="Haines"/><ref name="UofOLibraries"/><ref name="Eicher509">Eicher, John H., and [[David J. Eicher]], ''Civil War High Commands.'' Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8047-3641-3. pp. 509-510</ref> Stevens was mustered out of the Union Army volunteers on September 19, 1865.<ref name="Eicher509"/> On January 13, 1866, [[President of the United States|President]] [[Andrew Johnson]] nominated Stevens for appointment to the brevet grade of [[Brigadier general (United States)|brigadier general]] of volunteers, to rank from April 2, 1865, and the [[U.S. Senate]] confirmed the nomination on March 12, 1866.<ref>Eicher. 2001, p. 758</ref>
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he had a good but yet sad life
   
 
==After the war and the ascent of Mount Rainier==
 
==After the war and the ascent of Mount Rainier==
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