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    Answer:

    Daniel Sickles was wounded, but not mortally. In fact, he had an active post-war career, including serving as Minister to Spain (and allegedly carrying on an affair with the deposed Queen Isabella II) and helping to preserve the Gettysburg Battlefield.

  • Sorry, that's incorrect
    Answer:

    Daniel Sickles was wounded, but not mortally. In fact, he had an active post-war career, including serving as Minister to Spain (and allegedly carrying on an affair with the deposed Queen Isabella II) and helping to preserve the Gettysburg Battlefield.

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