Stonewall Jackson / Lenoir Chambers.


New York : William Morrow and Company, 1959.

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Subjects Generals -- Confederate States of America -- Biography.
Generals.
Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863.
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, 1824-1863.
United States -- Confederate States of America.
Description 2 volumes : portraits, maps ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents volume 2. Seven days I to the last march. Seven Days I : "Never take counsel of your fears." -- Seven days II : "Let us ... see if tomorrow we cannot do something." -- Cedar Run : "Your General will lead you." -- Second Manassas : "Who could not conquer with such troops as these!" -- Maryland : "History records few examples of greater fortitude and endurance." -- Fredericksburg I : "This is ... the Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia." -- Fredericksburg II : "We shall see very soon whether I shall not frighten them" -- The winter at Moss Neck : "Always mystify, misleade, and surprise the enemy ..." -- Chancellorsville : "My God, here they come!" -- The last march : "... the great and good Jackson is no more." -- Appendices : I. The early Jackson family -- II. The early Neale family -- III. How the name "Stonewall" originated -- IV. The unidentified horseman at Chancellorsville -- V. Remnants of Jackson's library.
volume1. The Legend and the Man to valley V. The legend and the man : "Who is this ... Jackson?" -- Boyhood : Uncle Cummins' jockey -- West Point : "That fellow looks as if he had come to stay." -- Mexico I : "I should like to be in one battle." -- Mexico II : "There's no danger! See, I'm not hit!" -- Mexico III : "Mirth, beauty, fine manners, variety ..." -- Fort Hamilton : "Fancy suppers disagree with him." -- Fort Meade : "A most mistaken sense of duty ..." -- Lexington I : "Good news. I have been elected professor ..." -- Lexington II : "Major Jackson, hell and thunder!" -- Lexington III : "You are in love." -- Lexington IV : "I have no gift for seeming." -- Lexington V : "This is war." -- Harper's Ferry I : "Have no fear of this place being surprised." -- Harper's Ferry II : "We footed it fast and furious." -- First Manassas : "God made my brigade more instrumental than any other." -- Romney I : "I deem it of great importance that Northwestern Virginia be occupied ... this winter." -- Romney II : "No, sir, I must resign." -- Valley I : "That is the last council of war I will ever hold." -- Valley II : "It is for your own good, Sir." -- Valley III : "I tell you, sir, he is crazy." -- Valley IV : "... shot them all, I do not wish them to be brave." -- Valley V : "I take it all back ... he has a method in his madness." --
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332988
(OCoLC)ocm00332988
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Chambers, Lenoir, 1891-1970.
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