Cavalryman of the Lost Cause A Biography of J. E.
B. Stuart 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
Dranesville Civil War Virginia
American Civil War December 20, 1861
Jeb Stuart: The Last Cavalier Biography of the dashing Confederate general is history at its best:
fascinating, colorful, provocative. Includes portraits of Stuart's early life, training at West Point, the fateful decision to side with the South and action-packed battle scenes. 7 maps. 8 pages of photos
Confederate Brigadier General J.E.B. Stuart led a brigade-sized mixed force of cavalry, infantry, and artillery to protect a foraging expedition in the vicinity of Dranesville.
Staff Officers in Gray: A Biographical Register of the Staff Officers in the Army of Northern
Virginia Profiles some 2,300 staff officers in Robert E. Lee's famous Army of Northern Virginia. A typical entry includes the officer's full name, the date and place of his birth and death, details of his education and occupation, and a synopsis of his military record. Two appendixes provide a list of more than 3,000 staff officers who served in
other armies of the Confederacy and complete rosters of known staff officers of each general
The Official Virginia Civil War Battlefield Guide Virginia was host to nearly 1/3rd of all Civil War engagements. This guide covers them all like a mini-history of the war. This guide organizes battles chronologically. Each
campaign has a detailed overview, followed by concise descriptions of the individual engagements