4 edition of Stuart"s cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign found in the catalog.
Stuart"s cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign
John Singleton Mosby
|Statement||by John S. Mosby.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 16418.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
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STUART'S RIDE: LEE, STUART, AND THE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY IN THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN by David Powell Notes Map 1: Stuart's intended Route and his final route Map 2: Lee's army and the intended right flank J , proved to be a fateful day for the Army of Northern Virginia. As Maj. Gen. James Ewell Brown Stuart, commanding the Cavalry. Stuart at Gettysburg By Buford (Editor's Note: Buford is the name used by a regular in a Civil War Chat Room. Besides his many other accomplishments, he is a Civil War Historian of some renowned, and a published Civil War author. Though he has many interests in the Civil War, his favorite is Union Cavalry.
"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 s: 1. Perhaps Stuart's most famous campaign, Gettysburg, was marred when he was surprised by a Union cavalry attack at the Battle of Brandy Station and by his separation from Lee's army for an extended period, leaving Lee unaware of Union troop movements and arguably contributing to the Confederate defeat at the Battle of Gettysburg.
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Written by John Mosby, a first lieutenant in J.E.B. Stuart's cavalry regiment, this book tells the tragic story of one of the greatest battles in American history. Told with the verve and passion of a man who witnessed it all, Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign is an essential addition to any collection on the War between the States/5(5).
Col. John S. Mosby's account of the cavalry battles in the Gettysburg campaign are well written and specifically are a defense of the actions of Gen.
JEB Stuart's actions leading up to the battle in Pennsylvania. Early after the Confederate defeat at Gettysburg several of Gen Lee's staff and general officers tried to say the loss was because /5(5). Stuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign. New York, Moffat, Yard & Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Mosby, John Singleton, Stuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign.
New York, Moffat, Yard & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Jeb Stuart; Jeb Stuart: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Singleton. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Olde Soldier Books Inc. Reprint, Description: xxxiii, pages: frontispiece, folded map ; 22 cm.
Written by John Mosby, a first lieutenant in J.E.B. Stuart's cavalry regiment, this book tells the tragic story of one of the greatest battles in American history. Told with the verve and passion of a man who witnessed it all, Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign is an essential addition to any collection on the War between the States/5(4).
Three letters have lately appeared in the Times-Dispatch from Colonel T. Talcott, in which he attempts to answer my objections to General Lee's two reports of the Gettysburg campaign in my book, "Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign," which was published nearly two years ago.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of. FIRST EDITION OF MOSBY’S STUART’S CAVALRY IN THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN. MOSBY, John S. Stuart’s Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign. New York: Moffat, Yard, Octavo, original blue cloth.
First edition of this “spirited defense of Stuart’s role in the campaign, by a prominent Confederate cavalryman” (Nevins I), with two plates and folding map of the Gettysburg campaign. Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign: John Singleton Mosby: Books - 5/5(1).
Full text of "Stuart's cavalry in the Gettysburg campaign" See other formats. Col. John S. Mosby's account of the cavalry battles in the Gettysburg campaign are well written and specifically are a defense of the actions of Gen.
JEB Stuart's actions leading up to the battle in Pennsylvania. Early after the Confederate defeat at Gettysburg several of Gen Lee's staff and general officers tried to say the loss was because /5(4).
Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign by John S Mosby,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Even to this day, this work is considered a cornerstone on Confederate cavalry operations during the Gettysburg campaign (see Eicher #92). The book itself was first published by Moffat Yard & Co.
in February It was bound in navy blue cloth with gold gilt lettering on the spine and also featured a fold-out map of the campaign in the back. We always hear of JEB Stuart and his galavanting raid being blamed for Lee being blind to Union movements prior to Gettysburg.
However, I have read that he left a large portion of the cavalry with Lee, under the command of Beverly Holcombe Robertson. It was Robertson’s job to guard the passes and watch the Union Army’s movements. The Gettysburg Campaign was over. The mounted arms of both armies fought long and hard throughout the Campaign.
It can be argued that the cavalry of both sides bore the bulk of the Gettysburg Campaign’s burdens, and that the horsemen had been asked to perform superhuman feats. They had done so, to their eternal glory. A brilliant commander, his performance during the Gettysburg campaign remains a rare blemish on his record.
The June 12th, edition of the Richmond Examiner seethed. Just days before, Confederate cavalry had been caught completely by surprise in a daring strike by their Union counterparts at Brandy Station Virginia, and only after a hard.
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This is an EXACT reproduction of a book publis /5. cavalry and 4, infantry and artillery under his new cavalry commander, Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton, in pursuit of the Confederates. Early on the morning of 9 June, Pleasonton surprised Maj. Gen. Stuart’s Confederate horsemen at Brandy Station.
In a chaotic fight. This book, authored by Edward Longacre, tells the tale of Union and Confederate cavalry during the Gettysburg campaign--from Brandy Station to Lee's retreat to Virginia.
As such, it does a good job of describing this by: 1. Stuart's Cavalry In The Gettysburg Campaign by John S. Mosby Edition Olde Soldiers Books Gaithersburg, MD. pages about this collaboration between Mosby and J.E.B.
Stuart contains information on the Cavalry Battle at Brandy's Station. Attractive clean tight book. Smoke free Rating: % positive. “The Army was much embarrassed by the absence of the cavalry,” Robert E. Lee wrote of the Gettysburg campaign, stirring a controversy that continues even today.
Lee’s statement was an indirect indictment of Gen. James Ewell Brown (“Jeb”) Stuart, who was the : UNP - Nebraska Paperback.One of the most dramatic components of the Battle of Gettysburg, the large clash of Union and Confederate cavalry units on the third and final day, has often been overshadowed by Pickett’s Charge and the defense of Little Round the fight between thousands of horsemen led by two charismatic leaders, Confederate J.E.B.
Stuart and George Armstrong Custer of the Union, may have played a.