Henry C. Wayne

Henry Constantine Wayne (September 18, 1815 March 15, 1883) was a United States Army officer, and is known for his commanding the expedition to test the U.S. Camel Corps as part of Secretary of War Jefferson Davis's plan to use camels as a transport in the West. Wayne was also a Confederate adjutant and inspector-general for Georgia and a brigadier general during the American Civil War.

Henry C. Wayne
Henry C. Wayne, Confederate Brigadier General, Adjutant and Inspector-General in the Confederate Service
Born(1815-09-18)September 18, 1815
Savannah, Georgia
DiedMarch 15, 1883(1883-03-15) (aged 67)
Savannah, Georgia
Allegiance United States of America
Confederate States of America
Service/branch United States Army
 Confederate States Army
Years of service1838-1860 (USA)
1861-1865 (CSA)
Rank Brevet Major (USA)
Brigadier General (CSA)
Battles/warsAroostook War
Mexican-American War American Civil War

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