ISAAC INGALLS STEVENS - (1818-62) - Army Engineer, and governor of Washington territory, born Andover, Mass. Graduated at West Point (1839), served through Mexican War, participating in several engagements and being wounded in attack on Mexico City. Thereafter, engaged upon construction of fortifications and was employed with U.S. Coast Survey in Washington until appointed (1853) governor of Washington Territory. Besides duties of Governorship, surveyed northern route for railroad to Pacific. Secured from Indians cession of 100,000 square miles of land for white settlement, and made treaties with Blackfeet and other Indians, but they, alarmed at large incursion of settlers, rose in revolt. Was extremely unpopular because of his drastic measures to suppress disaffection, but nevertheless was elected territoral delegate to Congress (1857), and there defended his actions. At outbreak of Civil War, was appointed Colonel of 79th New York Volunteers ("Highlanders"), and when eight companies mutinied after First Battle of Bull Run, took drastic measures to restore order. Promoted Brigadier-General, participated in Port Royal expedition and, transferred to Virginia led division at Newport News. With rank of Major-General, served in northern Virginia under Pope, and was killed at Battle of Chantilly.