4 edition of Jeb Stuart found in the catalog.
Lena De Grummond
by Tandem Library
Written in English
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While there have been many biographies written about the life and career of the famed Confederate General James Ewell Brown (JEB)Stuart, this one, written by noted Civil War Historian Burke Davis ranks near, if not at the , author of "The Civil War: Strange and Fascinating Facts" (used by this author in preparing my own book!), and of biographies of Cited by: 8. HSC Honorary Member: Colonel James Ewell Brown "J.E.B." Stuart IV. J.E.B. Stuart IV and his wife, Mary Louise reside in Richmond, Virginia. one of whom is J.E.B. Stuart VI. Colonel Stuart is an Investment Associate with Merrill Lynch in Richmond. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia, with a.
Hardly 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. Virginia-bred, James Ewell Brown Stuart graduated from West Point, where he was called?Beauty,? and rode with the Mounted Rifles against the Apaches and Comanches . Jeb Stuart: The Last Cavalier is a superbly written and much appreciated contribution to the growing library of Civil War studies and biographies. —Internet Book Watch Internet Book WatchPages:
On Aug , Judge Martin F. Clark, Jr. took down the portrait of Confederate Major General James Ewell Brown “Jeb” Stuart in the Stuart, Virginia, courthouse, where he presides. A few weeks later on Aug Clark held his last book signing for his new book The Jezebel Remedy in Patrick County at Meadows of Dan. Jeb Stuart was born on the 9th of May, in Tennessee as a part of the Stuart family known for a long military tradition. Most famously is his ancestor General J.E.B. Stuart who was a .
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Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of results for Books: "jeb stuart" Skip to main search results. Jeffry D. Wert is the author of eight previous books on Civil War topics, most recently Cavalryman of the Lost Cause and The Sword of Lincoln.
His articles and essays on the Civil War have appeared in many publications, including Civil War Times Illustrated, American History Illustrated, and Blue and Gray/5(53). Jeb Stuart was a gentleman for his times, when individuals engaging in military matters could still exhude a sense of honor and chivalry.
He was a fine cavalry leader, and Gen. Lee came to depend on him for intelligence. I think his greatest moment came when he rode completely around Gen.
Mclellan's army in the Peninsula battles/5(35). Jeb Stuart is a wonderfully written biography about James Ewell Brown Stuart, the Confederate Cavalry Commander during the Civil War.
The reader journeys from his early years in Virginia, his time West Point and frontier duty against the Indians in Kansas and Texas, finally focusing on his storied role as a Major General in the Civil War/5.
War Years with Jeb Stuart book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for Jeb Stuart book. Characterized by precision of statement Jeb Stuart book clarity of det /5. The result underlines what his admirers have known for a long timeJeb Stuart was a highly competent military tactician and leader of troops, as well as a true friend and companion.
The book was inspired by Society member Tom Evans and is dedicated to him as a modern-day Civil War scout. James Ewell Brown “Jeb” Stuart () was a U.S. Army officer and later a major general and cavalry commander for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War ().
Get this from a library. Jeb Stuart. [John W Thomason, Jr.; Gary W Gallagher] -- "Hardly 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.
This biography of Jeb Stuart is a masterful portrait of one of the most colorful heroes of America s history. The author personally interviewed members of the Stuart family & had access to letters & papers never before seen by the public/5(3).
Jeb Stuart was a gentleman for his times, when individuals engaging in military matters could still exhude a sense of honor and chivalry. He was a fine cavalry leader, and Gen. Lee came to depend on him for intelligence.
I think his greatest moment came when he rode completely around Gen. Mclellan's army in the Peninsula battles/5(29). Burke Davis was a well known and liked author who wrote over 40 books.
Several on the Civil War. He also wrote a book on Marine legend Chesty Puller that was required reading for Marine officers for several decades. In this volume he tells us the story of Jeb Stuart/5.
I favor Jeb Stuart the Last Cavalier by Burke Davis, and I Rode With Jeb Stuart by H.B. McClellan. And you can't go wrong in purchasing and reading any of the works by @Eric Wittenberg as they are well written and interesting. Thats my two cents. Get this from a library.
Jeb Stuart. [John W Thomason, Jr.] -- Hardly 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.
"Life After J.E.B. Stuart" (The Book). 1, likes. "Life After J.E.B. Stuart: The Memoirs of His Granddaughter, Marrow Stuart Smith" - Edited by Sean M. HeuvelFollowers: Life of Jeb Stuart book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before Th /5.
Art by Russ Heath and Jack Abel. Jeb Stuart becomes a "human radar" and can tell when enemy attacks are headed toward the Haunted Tank in "Trap of the Dragon's Teeth!" by Robert Kanigher and Russ Heath. Starring the Haunted Tank, Jeb Stuart, Arch Asher, Rick Rawlins, Slim Stryker, General J.E.B.
Stuart (ghost) and Sam Simmons. A great biography of Jeb Stuart, this book is more about Stuart and not so much about the civil war battles although you can't really separate the two. I really enjoyed the book and its nice to be reading some non fiction especially since I'm so interested in the Civil War.
I cried when Jeb was shot even though he's been dead for years!/5. If you know much about Mr. Flamboyance (JEB), his second child, little Flora, died in She was sick for nearly three weeks, but JEB only got word. BREWER, the brother-in-law of Gen.
STUART, has furnished us with some particulars, obtained from the General's own lips, of the manner in which he came by his wound. Jeb Stuart, byname of James Ewell Brown Stuart, (born Feb. 6,Patrick county, Va., U.S.—diedYellow Tavern, near Richmond, Va.), Confederate cavalry officer whose reports of enemy troop movements were of particular value to the Southern command during the American Civil War (–65).
An graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., Stuart. Origin. General James Ewell Brown (JEB) Stuart became famous during the battle of the Bull Run.
He was placed in command of the Cavalry under General Robert E. Lee but was fatally wounded in Lee, as was his custom, had left JEB Stuart with a great deal of discretion regarding his orders—but he did not expect Stuart to leave him blind to the movements of the Federals.
In fact, the Battle of Brandy Station in June and the Gettysburg campaign that followed shortly thereafter revealed a problem that would only grow worse.J.
E. B. Stuart Quotes. facebook; twitter; googleplus; Believe that you can whip the enemy, and you have won half the battle. J. E. B. Stuart. Believe, Enemy, Battle. 73 Copy quote. We have an army far better adapted to attack than to defend. Let us fight at advantage before we are forced to fight at disadvantage.