Southern Generals

Southern Generals

Who They Are, and What They Have Done

eBook - 2001
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Southern Generals, Who They Are and What They Have Done was written by Charles B. Richardson in an attempt to place before the public a truthful history of the most prominent Southern Generals from the Civil War era. Although unable to cover all of the Southern officers with the rank of General, included in this book are eighteen of the most renown. Gathered from official documents, personal correspondence, private information and records of the newspaper press, Southern Generals gives substantial attention to the infamous General Robert E. Lee. Amongst the other Generals are the familiar names of Jackson, Beauregard, Johnston, Cooper, Longstreet, Bragg, Ewell, Stuart, Hill and Hood. In a smooth narrative, Richardson gives us a comprehensive look at the careers of the most prominent of those men who fought for the independence of the Southern States. Book jacket.
Publisher: Scituate, Mass. : Digital Scanning, 2001.
ISBN: 1582182221
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (490 p.) : 18 ports.
Additional Contributors: ebrary, Inc


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