No, not the Missouri General Order 11, though that's another one that put women and children and old men of all social classes on a long road during the wrong time of year, with no preparation........
Instead, General Order #11 issued by Major General U. S. Grant on December 17, 1862, and applying to Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee
The Jews, as a class violating every regulation of trade established by the Treasury Department and also department orders, are hereby expelled from the department within twenty-four hours from the receipt of this order.
Post commanders will see to it that all of this class of people be furnished passes and required to leave, and any one returning after such notification will be arrested and held in confinement until an opportunity occurs of sending them out as prisoners, unless furnished with permit from headquarters. No passes will be given these people to visit headquarters for the purpose of making personal application of trade permits.
Grant's order only remained in effect for a few weeks before a delegation to Washington placed the problem before President Lincoln. By early January, the order was rescinded.