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Four Years With General Lee

by Walter H. Taylor

  • ISBN: 9780253210746
  • ISBN10: 0253210747

Four Years With General Lee

by Walter H. Taylor

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr
  • Publish date: 06/01/1996
  • ISBN: 9780253210746
  • ISBN10: 0253210747
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Description: Chapter I. Organization of the Army of Virginia.--General R. E. Lee assigned to the Command of the State Troops.--Transfer to the Southern Confederacy Chapter II. General Lee retained in Richmond as Adviser to President Davis.--Disaster to the Confederate Forces under General Garnett.--General Lee sent to Northwest Virgina.--Lamentable Condition of Affairs in that Department. Chapter III. Strength and Positions of the Opposing Armies in Northwest Virginia.--General Lee determines to take the Offensive.--Ineffectual Attempt to carry the Positions held by the Federal Troops.--Responsibility for the Failure Chapter IV. Affairs in Southwestern Virginia.--Want of Harmony between Generals Floyd and Wise.--General Lee Proceeds to that Section.--Preparations to resist General Rosecrans.--Retreat of the Federals Chapter V. General Lee repairs to Richmond.-He is ordered to the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.--His Return thence to Richmond.--He is charged with the Control of the Military Operations of all of the Confererate Armies.--His Duties in that Position.--General Johnston wounded in the Battle of Seven Pines.--General Lee in Command of the Army of Northern Virginia.--The Seven Days'Battles around Richmond.--Strength of the Two Opposing Armies Chapter VI. General Lee manoeuvres to effect the Withdrawal of General McClellan's Army.--Jackson engages Pope at Cedar Run, or Slaughter's Mountain.--Removal of the Federal Army from James River.--The Second Battle of Manassas.--The First Invasion.--Operations in Maryland.--McClellan in Possession of Lee's Order of Battle.--Boonesboro, or South Mountain.--Capture of Harpers' Ferry by Jackson's Forces.--Battle of Sharpsburg.--General Lee retires to Virginia.--Incidents illustrating the Devotion to Duty and Great Self-Control of the Confederate Leader Chapter VII. Battle of Fredericksburg.--Federal Army One Hundred Thousand strong: Confederate Army Seventy-eight Thousand strong.--Battl
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