JEB STUART Civil War Confederate GETTYSBURG Maps Bull Run Bouldin CSA. James E B Stuart, better known as Jeb, was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Stuart served at some of the most iconic Civil War battles including the First Battle of Bull Run, Battle of Chancellorsville, and most famously, the Battle of Gettysburg. McClellan wrote a now famous biography of the Civil War hero, a work which describes his role, leadership, and battle tactics at each of his battles. " The Life and Campaigns of Jeb Stuart " is an important work in Civil War history, not only offering insight into the life of Stuart, but also into the story of the outcome of the War.According to Larned, this book was. Written by a chief of staff of the Confederate army and largely reminiscent. Covers the capture of John Brown, battle of Manassas Junction, and subsequent military history on the Confederate side to the Wilderness Campaign. Authentic records and sources seem to have been used.
A roll of the second Regiment of Virginia Cavalry is appended. The life and campaigns of J. Stuart commander of cavalry of the Army of northern Virginia. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co. Collation: Complete with all pages.
7 folding maps (3 in pocket). References: Howes M 41; Nevins II, 73; Larned 2341. 9.25in X 6.25in (23.5cm x 16cm).