William Craghill served as U.S. Army General. A graduate of West Point, Craighill wrote a field manual for Union officers that was one of the first field manuals published in the United States. It was known as Army Officer's Pocket Companion. Craighill taught engineering at West Point and was appointed as Chief of Engineers for the United States Army by President Grover Cleveland. He retired from the military as Brigadier General. This William Craighill autograph reproduction would look great in any Civil War collection.