Albert Pike (War hero)


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Albert Pike Biography

Albert was an American author, poet, speaker, lawyer, and an prominent fraternal order member, Freemasons. He has served in two major wars in the history of the United States, the Mexican-American War and the Civil War, as well as a senior officer of the Confederate States Army who commanded the Indian Territory District at the Trans-Mississippi American Civil War Theater. He was elected Sovereign Grand Commander of the Southern Jurisdiction of Scottish Rite in 1859, a position he retained for the rest of his life. He had passed the Harvard entrance exam before, but could not afford university fees, and then he became a schoolteacher. It was only because he had an affiliation with the Confederacy that his bronze statue was taken down and burned on June 19, 2020.

Albert Pike Biography
Albert Pike Biography
Short Bio
First NameAlbert
Last NamePike
ProfessionWar Hero
DiedApr 2, 1891 ( Age 81)
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignCapricorn
Birth DateDecember 29, 1809
BirthdayDecember 29
Birth PlaceBoston, Massachusetts, US

Albert Pike Career

  • War Hero

Albert Pike Education

  • He attended school in Newburyport and Framingham until he was 15 years old. In August 1825, he passed entrance exams at Harvard University, but when the college asked for tuition for the first two years, he decided not to attend. He started a self-education program and eventually became a school teacher in Gloucester, North Bedford, Fairhaven and Newburyport.

Before Fame

  • He passed the Harvard entrance test but could not afford to study at the university and then became a school teacher.

Albert Pike Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Albert was 81 years, he was 6′ 0″ (1.83m). His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Height & Weight
Height (Approx.)6 Ft 0 In
Weight (Approx.)Unknown
Body MeasurementsUnknown
Physical Stats
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack
Dress SizeUnKnown
Shoe SizeUnKnown
Albert Pike Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Albert Pike Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Albert Pike Achievements

  • During the early years of the racist party, he was active in the Ku Klux Klan.

Albert Pike Relationship Status

  • Albert was married to Mary Ann Hamilton, his beloved friend. Mary and Albert tied a knot in 1834, and together they had ten children: eight sons, Albert Jr, Luther Hamilton, Eustace, Yvon, Clarence, Walter Lacy, Albert Holden, and Benjamin Desha, and two daughters, Lilian and Isadore. Pike lived happily with his family until his death in 1891.

Albert Pike Family, Relatives, Siblings

Father: Benjamin Pike
Mother:  Sarah Andrews Pike
Brother(s): Benjamin Pike Jr.
Sister(s): Adeline Pike, Ann Pike, Sarah Pike, Frances Haskell Pike
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Girlfriend: Mary Ann Hamilton
Children: 10
Son(s): Luther Hamilton Pike, Albert Holden Pike, Eustace Pike, Yvon Pike, Walter Lacy Pike, Benjamin Desha Pike, Albert Pike Jr.,
Daughter(s): Isadore Pike, Lilian Pike, Clarence Pike


  • During the Civil War, he disagreed with his superiors and wrote to Jefferson Davis to complain about a couple of them.

Albert Pike Net Worth

Albert Pike is a well-known and popular War Hero. The main and primary source of his income comes from Writing. Let’s check how rich Albert Pike is in 1891?

Net Worth 1891$5 million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Author (profession)
Albert Pike Net Worth
Net Worth 2020


When did Albert Pike die?
April 2, 1891

Where is Albert Pike statue?
 Washington, D.C

Why was Albert Pike at Oklahoma?
Prior to fighting in the Mexican War, Pike practiced law in the U.S.  Supreme Court. In 1852, he represented the Creek Nation of the Indian Territory as a claim for ceded tribal land. His efforts drew the attention of Choctaw and Chickasaw, who in 1854 hired him to try a similar case.

Is Albert Pike related to Zebulon Pike?
Pike’s Peak is one of the most famous locations named after Zebulon Pike.

What was Albert Pike known for?
Albert Pike (29 December 1809 – 2 April 1891) was an American author, poet, orator, jurist, and a leading member of the Freemasons. He was also a senior officer of the Confederate States Army who led the Indian Territory District at the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil War.

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