The Letters of General Richard S. Ewell Stonewall’s Successor / edited by Donald C. Pfanz.
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- 1st ed.
- Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 2012.
- Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2012
- Voices of the Civil War
Voices of the Civil War
1 online resource (481 p.)
- Generals -- Confederate States of America -- Correspondence.
Generals -- United States -- Correspondence.
United States -- History, Military -- 19th century -- Sources.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Sources.
Ewell, Richard Stoddert, 1817-1872 -- Correspondence.
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- "The Letters of General Richard S. Ewell provide a sweeping view of the nineteenth century. Such chronological breadth makes this volume truly exceptional and important. Through Ewell's eyes we see the many worlds of an American people at war. His thoughtful observations, biting wit, and ironic disposition offer readers a chance to rethink the paper-thin generalizations of Ewell as a quirky neurotic who simply crumbled under the legacy of Stonewall Jackson." -from the foreword by Peter S. CarmichaelRichard S. Ewell was one of only six lieutenant generals to serve in Lee's Army of
- Contents; Foreword - Peter S. Carmichael, Series Editor; Preface; Abbreviations; Letter Sources; Introduction; Ewell Family Chart; 1. West Point, 1836-1840; 2. Dragoon in Training, 1840-1846; 3. The Mexican War, 1846-1848; 4. Back East, 1849-1850; 5. New Mexico, 1852-1857; 6. Arizona, 1858-1861; 7. The War Begins, 1861-1862; 8. Fighting under Stonewall, 1862-1863; 9. Corps Command, 1863-1864; 10. Defender of Richmond, 1864-1865; 11. Prisoner of War, 1865; 12. Gentleman Farmer, 1865-1872; Bibliography; Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
- Pfanz, Donald.
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