General James Longstreet
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This is a short work written by Jubal Early, an important general in Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. After the war, Early wrote at length about the Lost Cause, and he scapegoated General James Longstreet by blaming him for the Confederate defeat at Getty
Originally published in 1909, these are the memoirs of W.A. McClendon during his time in the Civil War, serving under Generals "Stonewall" Jackson and James Longstreet in the Army of Northern Virginia.
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*Includes pictures of each general, and important people, places, and events in their lives. *Includes an original introduction for each general. *Includes a bibliography for each general. The Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, and the m
*Weaves the lives and careers of all 4 generals into one entertaining and educational narrative. *Includes maps of important battles like Antietam and Gettysburg. *Includes pictures of the generals and important people, places, and events in their
Published in 1904 and written by the second wife of Confederate General James Longstreet, this is the history of the battle of Gettysburg.
Hess s account of the understudied Knoxville Campaign sheds new light on the generalship of James Longstreet and Ambrose Burnside, as well as such lesser players as Micah Jenkins and Orlando Poe. Both scholars and general readers should welcome it. The sc
"Recollections of War Times "is a dramatically improved edition of William A. "Gus" McClendon's memoir of his service in the 15th Alabama Infantry. It has long been recognized among the rarest books by any veteran of the Army of Northern Virginia. Keith Bohannon has conducted relentless research that uncovered a gratifying array of new information about McClendon, as well as new photographs.
"From Manassas to Appomattox" from James Longstreet. One of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War (1821-1904).