A collection of papers related to the
life and career of Oscar Fitzalan Long, American Army General.
General Oscar Fitzalan Long (1852-1928) was an United States Army officer who was born in
New York and graduated from West Point in 1876. He saw active service during the Indian
Campaigns of 1876 to 1879 and was aide-de-camp to Colonel Nelson A. Miles, then in charge of
the Yellowstone Command. Long was appointed general in 1901 and served as general
superintendent of the Army Transport Service during the Spanish American War and the
Philippine Insurrection. He was married to Amy Requa, daughter of California financier Isaac
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