DANIEL PHINEAS WOODBURY - (1812-1864) - Army Engineer, born New London, N.H. Graduated at West Point 1836, was engaged in construction of Cumberland Road in Ohio, and Fts. Karny and Laramie on Oregon Trail. Helped construct defenses at Washington, D.C., at outbreak of Civil War and served under David Hunter at First Battle of Bull Run. Promoted Brigadier-General of volunteers, commanded engineer brigade in Army of the Potomac; at Fredricksburg, built pontoon bridge across Rappahannack while under fire. Breveted Major-General in regular Army, given command of District of Key West (March, 1863), and there died of yellow fever. Works included Sustaining Walls (1945) and Theory of the Arch (1859).