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TRIVIAL PURSUITS: Who was the last American general to hold the rank of lieutenant general before it was "revived" in 1864 for Ulysses Grant?
Hint: it's NOT George Washington.
The answer: Winfield Scott .
He served on active duty as a general longer than anyone else in U.S. history (47 years). In fact, over the course of his fifty-year career, he commanded forces in the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Black Hawk War, the Second Seminole War, and, briefly (until November 1, 1861), the American Civil War.
In 1852, the United States Whig Party passed over its own incumbent President (Millard Fillmore) to nominate Scott in the United States presidential election (he lost to Democrat Franklin Pierce). Interestingly enough, at 6'5", Scott remains the tallest man to become a presidential candidate (even the 6' 4" President Lincoln would have to have looked up to him).
He received a brevet promotion in 1856 to the rank of lieutenant general, becoming the first American since George Washington to hold that rank.