Nathaniel Rives Chambliss, USMA 1861
“9. Nathaniel Rives Chambliss (born in Virginia, appointed from Tennessee resigned from the Third U.S. Artillery to join the confederacy, where he commanded arsenals in Selma and Charleston. After the war he edited a newspaper, taught mathematics at the University of Alabama, and married Anna Hardee (whose father had been commandant of cadets). He died in 1897.” [Ralph Kirschner, The Class of 1861 (1999), p. 154-155. Pictured on plates between pages 12 and 13.]
Cullum # 1896.