Samuel Morton Zulick (March 1, 1824 - June 10, 1876) was an American Civil War officer and medical doctor who was promoted to brevet brigadier general of volunteers on March 13, 1865 for "bravery and efficiency as an officer". On May 15, 1861, he enlisted as private with the 29th Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was promoted to captain three months later. He was later promoted to major after Antietam and to lieutenant colonel after Chancellorsville. He later served at Gettysburg and marched with Sherman to Savannah. His father was a native of Frankfurt am Main while his mother was a native of Philadelphia. His son Philip S. Zulick served in the Forty-fifth regiment.
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