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Henry Martyn Lazelle (1832-1917), born in Enfield, Massachusetts, the son of a farmer, orphaned on the age of 4, and raised via a succession of relations and relations acquaintances, used to be the single cadet within the heritage of the U. S. army Academy to be suspended and despatched again a yr (for negative grades and undesirable habit) and at last go back as Commandant of the Corps of Cadets.
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