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Fri Mar 21 17:16:30 2014 UTClccn-n850534220.00I rode with Jeb Stuart ... With an introduction and notes by Burke Davis. [Originally published in the U.S.A. under the title "Life and Campaigns of Major-General J.E.B. Stuart." With a portrait and maps.]0.301.00Papers of the Grinnan and related Bryan and Tucker families of Virginia,98242495J.E.B._Stuartn 850534221313307Stuart, J.E.B. (James Ewell Brown), 1833-1864Stuart, James Ewell Brown, 1833-1864lccn-n80001144Confederate States of AmericaArmylccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n82212191Mosby, John Singleton1833-1916lccn-n80013435Davis, Burke1913-2006lccn-n83121477Thomas, Emory M.1939-lccn-n92109146Trout, Robert J.1947-lccn-n80139738Confederate States of AmericaArmyCavalrylccn-n93110964Rhea, Gordon C.lccn-n80044891Lee, Robert E.(Robert Edward)1807-1870lccn-n83130300Thomason, John W.(John William)1893-1944Stuart, Jeb1833-1864BiographyHistoryRulesPersonal narratives‡vConfederateMilitary historyMapsMusicPhotographsAutographsRecords and correspondenceStuart, Jeb,United StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Confederate States of America.--ArmyMilitary campaignsGeneralsUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaVirginiaUnited States.--ArmyGettysburg, Battle of (Pennsylvania : 1863)Pennsylvania--GettysburgMilitary leadershipGettysburg Campaign (1863)Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of (Virginia : 1864)Armed Forces--OfficersConfederate States of America.--Army.--CavalryRegimental historiesSouthern StatesConfederate States of America.--Army.--Virginia Cavalry Regiment, 1stConfederate States of America.--Army.--Virginia Cavalry Battalion, 43rdMosby, John Singleton,SoldiersLee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),Chapman, Samuel Forrer,Blackford, W. 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BWar--CausesConfederate States of America.--Army of the PotomacKelly's Ford, Battle of (Virginia : 1863)AbolitionistsFrontier and pioneer lifeRanchersSheriffsCuster, George,Seven Days' Battles (Virginia : 1862)Guard dutyMilitary passesConfiscationsUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnae183318641849185218601861186218631864186518661869187618801882188418851886188718881890189118931895189818991906190719081909191019121913191419151926193019321933193419371939194019411943194419451946194719481951195319541956195719581959196119621963196419651967196819691971197419761978197919811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201322085361579BE467.1.S9ocn037736043976ocn367862744book18640.93Lee, Robert EReport of General Robert E. Lee, and subordinate reports of the battle of Chancellorsville also, reports of Major General J.E.B. Stuart and Brigadier General Fitz Lee, of cavalry engagements at Kelleysville, also, report of Brigadier General W.H.F. Lee, and subordinates, of cavalry operations of the 14th and 15th of April, 1863HistoryMilitary history612ocn001914568book19430.93Stuart, JebLetters of General J.E.B. Stuart to his wife, 1861HistoryPersonal narratives Confederate583ocn020339716book18620.96Confederate States of AmericaGeneral ordersRules291ocn020336208book18610.96Confederate States of AmericaOrders no. 3Rules291ocn020031502book18630.96Confederate States of AmericaGeneral orders, Cavalry DivisionRules291ocn020120970book18610.96Confederate States of AmericaGeneral orders no. 8181ocn058525683file0.86Kappner, FranzMap of route and positions, First Corps, Army of Virginia, Major General Sigel, commanding from July 7th to Sept. 10th 1862HistoryMaps102ocn016666784book18640.81Confederate States of AmericaReport of General Robert E. Lee and subordinate reports of the Battle of ChancellorsvilleHistory62ocn003435430book0.96Haden, B. JReminiscences of J.E.B. Stuart's cavalry ; first Virginia cavalryHistoryPersonal narratives Confederate61ocn037736043score0.92Nordendorf, C. CSouthern troopers song : dedicated to Genl. J.E.B. Stuart and his gallant soldiersHistoryMusic51ocn061398878book18870.10Virginia veterans the Old Dominion's men in the Thirty-fourth Cavalry : stories of curious wounds : a letter and battle flag from General "Jeb" Stuart : annals of the war : events described by those who were active participantsHistory32ocn561700923book1958MACCLELLAN, Henry BrainerdI rode with Jeb Stuart ... With an introduction and notes by Burke Davis. [Originally published in the U.S.A. under the title "Life and Campaigns of Major-General J.E.B. Stuart." With a portrait and maps.]21ocn040159933serial0.81Confederate States of AmericaGeneral ordersMilitary history21ocn027823442book18610.10Confederate States of AmericaOrders21ocn647825518mix1.00Papers of the Grinnan and related Bryan and Tucker families of VirginiaHistoryPhotographsMapsAutographsPersonal narratives ConfederateThere are also blacksmith daybooks, store accounts, drug purchase records, and surveys and sketches of coal lands11ocn562501365book19080.50Mosby, John SingletonStuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaignHistory11ocn085894869mix1.00Hampton familyHampton family papersHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateSourcesRecords and correspondenceAntebellum business correspondence and Early National, antebellum and Civil War family correspondence of three generations of Wade Hamptons: Wade Hampton I (1752-1835), army officer and U.S. representative from Virginia; Wade Hampton II (1791-1858), sportsman, horseman, planter and builder of the Millwood plantation house east of Columbia, S.C.; and Wade Hampton III (1818-1902), Confederate Army officer and governor and U.S. senator of South Carolina. Other members of the Hampton family are represented in a 2011 acquisition of circa 430 items that document the planting activities of Christopher FitzSimons (Kit) Hampton (1821-1886), the second son of Wade Hampton II, in South Carolina and Mississippi; collection also includes correspondence spanning 1870s-1920s, from and to the children of Wade Hampton II's youngest son, Frank Hampton (1829-1863) and his wife, Sarah Strong (Sally) Baxter (1833-1862): Frank Hampton, Jr. (1856-1926), Lucy Hampton (1859-1932), and Caroline Hampton (1861-1922)11ocn777414768book19850.37McClellan, H. BThe life and campaigns of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart : commander of the cavalry of the Army of northern VirginiaHistoryBiographyRolls of the 2nd and 3rd regiments, and of Companies B, E, F and K of the 1st regiment, Virginia cavalry: p. [423]-46811ocn647976476mix1.00Rosser, Thomas LafayettePapers of Thomas L. Rosser and the Rosser, Gordon and Winston familiesHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederatePictorial worksThe collection also contains Rosser's journal regarding the Yellowstone Expedition for the Northern Pacific Railroad; various legal and financial papers; genealogical information of the Winston and Robinson families; notebooks from University of Virginia lectures attended by Thomas L. Rosser, jr. including the law classes of John B. Minor;.and lantern slides of Civil War portratis, battles and maps11ocn029734024mix1.00Mosby, John SingletonPapers : of John Singleton Mosby and the Mosby familyHistoryThe collection contains correspondence among family members, accounts and some miscellaneous legal documents. There are several diaries and daybooks of correspondence and clippings concerning Mosby's Civil War and subsequent diplomatic career192413ocn000408490book19570.24Davis, BurkeJeb Stuart, the last cavalierHistoryBiographyDescribes the life and achievements of the Civil War general+-+524036260519104ocn045733189com19970.29Rhea, Gordon CThe battles for Spotsylvania Court House and the road to Yellow Tavern, May 7-12, 1864"The Battles for Spotsylvania Court House and the Road to Yellow Tavern, May 7-12, 1864 continues Gordon C. Rhea's peerless treatment of the Civil War's clash of titans: Grant's Army of the Potomac versus Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. Inlaid with detail, innovative analysis, riveting prose, and an abundance of supporting primary evidence, it is a worthy sequel to Rhea's first, acclaimed work, The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5-6, 1864." "Here Rhea examines the maneuvers and battles from May 7, 1864, when Grant left the Wilderness, through May 12, when his attempt to break Lee's line by frontal assault reached a chilling climax at what is now called the Bloody Angle." "Rhea draws exhaustively upon previously untapped materials - most notably contemporary newspaper accounts and diaries and letters only recently made available - to construct the definitive account of Grant and Lee at Spotsylvania. Here for the first time is a detailed description of the cavalry's role in the campaign, from the grim fighting at Todd's Tavern through Philip Sheridan's Richmond raid and Jeb Stuart is mortal wounding at Yellow Tavern. Here, too, are fresh and challenging interpretations that often contradict conventional wisdom."--BOOK JACKET+-+809768030532415554ocn012696007book19860.25Thomas, Emory MBold dragoon : the life of J.E.B. StuartHistoryBiography145423ocn000882069book19300.28Thomason, John WJeb StuartHistoryBiographyHardly any biography could contain the robust and romantic Jeb Stuart, but John W. Thomason, Jr. goes as far as anyone ever has in pinning down the quality of the Confederate cavalry commander+-+297947853510725ocn045728583com19930.24Trout, Robert JThey followed the plume the story of J.E.B. Stuart and his staffHistoryBiography+-+251262663510545ocn753969747com20070.53Mosby, John SingletonTake sides with the truth the postwar letters of John Singleton Mosby to Samuel F. ChapmanHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceWith a Foreword by Jeffry D. Wert During the Civil War, Confederate John Singleton Mosby led the Forty-third Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, better known as Mosby's Rangers, in many bold and daring operations behind Union lines. Following the war, Mosby stayed in touch with several of his closest confidants, one of whom was former captain and Baptist minister Samuel Forrer Chapman. Take Sides with the Truth is a collection of more than eighty letters written by Mosby to Chapman+-+627976863510264ocn122568477file20070.47Robinson, Warren CJeb Stuart and the Confederate defeat at GettysburgHistoryBiography"The Army was much embarrassed by the absence of the cavalry,"--Robert E. Lee wrote of the Gettysburg campaign, stirring a controversy that has never died. Lee's statement was an indirect indictment of General James Ewell Brown ("Jeb") Stuart, who was the cavalry. This book reexamines the questions that have shadowed the legendary Confederate hero and offers a fresh, informed interpretation of his role at Gettysburg. Avoiding the partisan pros and cons characterizing previous accounts, Warren C. Robinson reassesses the historical record to come to a clearer view of Stuart's orders for the crucial battle (as well as what was expected of him), of his actual performance, and of the impact his late arrival had on the outcome of the campaign.; Though Stuart may not have disobeyed Lee's orders, Robinson argues, he did abuse the general's discretion by raiding Washington rather than scouting for the army at Gettysburg - a move that profoundly affected the Confederate fortunes and perhaps the war itself+-+06566785359623ocn181602227book20080.23Wert, Jeffry DCavalryman of the lost cause : a biography of J.E.B. StuartHistoryBiographyCavalryman of the Lost Cause is the first major biography in decades of the famous Confederate general J. E. B. Stuart. Based on research in manuscript collections, personal memoirs and reminiscences, and regimental histories, this comprehensive volume reflects outstanding Civil War scholarship. James Ewell Brown Stuart was the premier cavalry commander of the Confederacy. He gained a reputation for daring early in the war when he rode around the Union army in the Peninsula Campaign, providing valuable intelligence to General Robert E. Lee at the expense of Union commander George B. McClellan. Stuart has long been controversial because of his performance in the critical Gettysburg Campaign, where he was out of touch with Lee for several days; this left Lee uncertain about the size and movement of the Union army, information that would prove decisive when the battle began. In an engagement with the cavalry of Union general Philip Sheridan in spring 1864, Stuart was killed. He was only thirty-one. Jeffry D. Wert provides new details about Stuart's childhood and youth, and he draws on letters between Stuart and his wife, Flora, to show us the man as he was: eager for glory, daring sometimes to the point of recklessness, but a devoted and loving husband and father. Stuart has long been regarded as the finest Confederate cavalryman and one of the best this country has ever produced. Wert shows how Stuart's friendship with Stonewall Jackson and his relationship with Lee were crucial; at the same time Stuart's relationships with his subordinates were complicated and sometimes troubled. Cavalryman of the Lost Cause is a riveting biography of a towering figure of the Civil War, a fascinating and colorful work by one of our finest Civil War historians+-+94632789259007ocn000844737book19450.33Blackford, W. WWar years with Jeb StuartHistoryPersonal narratives Confederate+-+K5336625358874ocn045731873com19940.27Nesbitt, MarkSaber and scapegoat J.E.B. Stuart and the Gettysburg controversy+-+77568266358209ocn000467023book19580.33McClellan, H. BI rode with Jeb Stuart : the life and campaigns of Major General J.E.B. StuartHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives Confederate+-+80515315857564ocn045729914com19950.27With pen and saber the letters and diaries of J.E.B. Stuart's staff officersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence+-+358462663532455822ocn001578932book18870.39Mosby, John SingletonMosby's war reminiscences [and] Stuart's cavalry campaignsHistoryPersonal narratives Confederate+-+145417233653412ocn030993274book18850.37McClellan, H. BThe life and campaigns of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart : commander of the cavalry of the Army of northern VirginiaHistoryBiographyRolls of the 2nd and 3rd regiments, and of Companies B, E, F and K of the 1st regiment, Virginia cavalry: p. [423]-4684753ocn317359114com19880.08Thomas, Emory MBold dragoonHistoryBiography"Emory M. Thomas, a professor of history at the University of Georgia, takes a fresh look at a much-examined hero: Jeb Stuart, the Confederacy's famous cavalry chief. From his childhood in Virginia to his astonishing exploits on the battlefields of the Civil War, from his controversial role in the Battle of Gettysburg to his untimely death at Appomatox, Jeb Stuart rises to life more vividly than ever before"--Publisher's website43719ocn057173558visu19400.18Curtiz, MichaelSanta Fe TrailHistoryDramaWestern filmsLove storiesIn this historical drama, Jeb Stuart, the famed Southern cavalryman arrives at West Point, where he befriends George Armstrong Custer. Both compete for the attention of "Kit Carson" Halliday. As a punishment for fighting with fellow classmates, both men are sent to an outpost in Kansas where they must battle the abolitionist John Brown. This experience causes them to examine their personal feelings about slavery4339ocn002219061book19080.50Mosby, John SingletonStuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaignHistory3962ocn037043822book19980.06Pflueger, LyndaJeb Stuart : Confederate cavalry generalHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyTraces the life of the famous Confederate general from his childhood in Virginia through his West Point education and brilliant military career to his death following the Battle of Yellow Tavern+-+48656511253872ocn001072646book19540.06Seifert, ShirleyFarewell, my generalHistoryJuvenile worksFictionThe story of General Jeb Stuart and his wife3553ocn045668878book20010.23Hatch, ThomClashes of cavalry : the Civil War careers of George Armstrong Custer and Jeb StuartHistoryBiographyDepicts the lives and exploits of the two Civil War cavalry commanders Custer and Stuart, examining the role of each in specific battles in which they both participated+-+3108526635+-+8097680305324Fri Mar 21 15:24:32 EDT 2014batch37597