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  1. Benjamin Franklin Butler (December 17, 1795 – November 8, 1858) was a lawyer from the state of New York. A professional and political ally of Martin Van Buren, among the many elective and appointive positions he held were Attorney General of the United States and United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

  2. Benjamin Franklin Butler (November 5, 1818 – January 11, 1893) was an American major general of the Union Army, politician, lawyer, and businessman from Massachusetts.

  3. 5 de dez. de 2018 · Benjamin Butler, a lawyer, politician, and general, was one of the most controversial men of the American Civil War. He worked as a lawyer in Massachusetts for about 15 years before the war, acquiring friends as well as enemies.

  4. Benjamin F. Butler was an American politician and army officer during the American Civil War (1861–65) who championed the rights of workers and black people. A prominent attorney at Lowell, Mass., Butler served two terms in the state legislature (1853, 1859), where he distinguished himself by.

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  5. 7 de jul. de 2017 · Benjamin Franklin Butler. Twelfth Attorney General 1833-1838. Benjamin Franklin Butler was born in Kinderhook Landing, New York, in December of 1795. He studied at the Academy in Hudson, New York, read law with Martin Van Buren, and after being admitted to the bar in 1817, became his partner.

  6. 21 de mai. de 2018 · A brilliant lawyer from Massachusetts, Butler served in Congress for a number of years, but is best remembered for his Civil War leadership, and the enmity he earned at home and in Washington for his uncompromising views. Butler was born on November 5, 1818, in Deerfield, New Hampshire.

  7. A Massachusetts labor lawyer and Democratic politician, Benjamin Franklin Butler became a Union general in 1861. Butler declared that runaway slaves were "contra-bands of war," and used them as noncombatants, refusing to return them to their masters.