What is my Cullum number?
Source: WPAOG Website: Cullum File
The Cullum number is a reference and identification number assigned to each graduate
of the United States Military Academy. It was created by Brevet Major General George W. Cullum,
USMA Class of 1833, who, in 1850, began the monumental work of chronicling the biographies of every graduate.
He assigned Number 1 to the first West Point graduate, Joseph G. Swift, and then numbered all successive
graduates in sequence. Before his death in 1892, General Cullum completed the first three volumes of a work
that eventually comprised 10 volumes, entitled General Cullum’s Biographical Register of the Officers and
Graduates of the United States Military Academy, and covering USMA classes from 1802 through 1950.
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