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General Stephen D. This biographical portrait by a well known Civil War historian brings much deserved attention to an exceptional Confederate military figure who became one of the New South's most progressive leaders. Herman Hattaway's clear, swift narrative depicts Lee in brilliant performance at Second Manassas, Chickasaw Bayou, Nashville, and after the war as a leader who used his militar This biographical portrait by a well known Civil War historian brings much deserved attention to an exceptional Confederate military figure who became one of the New South's most progressive leaders.

Herman Hattaway's clear, swift narrative depicts Lee in brilliant performance at Second Manassas, Chickasaw Bayou, Nashville, and after the war as a leader who used his military skills and discipline to work in bringing prosperity and education into the defeated South. His admirers bestowed upon him the title "Father of Industrial Education in the South.


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Lee was long overlooked in historical perspectives of the Civil War and the development of the New South, Hattaway's appreciative study has remedied a Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.

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Sort order. Aug 09, Andrew rated it liked it Shelves: civil-war-collection. Hattaway's biography of S. Lee is a workman-like account of this somewhat lesser known Confederate general's life. Lee's military career was checkered, although he had some noted high points, and was doubtlessly a talented administrator, he stumbled when he had the chance at independent command.

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He rose perhaps too quickly he was a 32 year old Lieutenant General at the end of the Civil War , and may have developed into a capable army commander if he'd had more time, but such was not his luxur Hattaway's biography of S. He rose perhaps too quickly he was a 32 year old Lieutenant General at the end of the Civil War , and may have developed into a capable army commander if he'd had more time, but such was not his luxury.

Being that Lee was only 32 when the war ended, a large part of the book covers the general's postwar life. This is where the book kind of lags. The reminiscence is a personal incident on one of the bloody fields of the seven days battles around Richmond Va in He said "Thank You" — "I have a father and mother in Maine, who will bless you and thank you for this kindness after I am dead".

I had an ambulance brought up and moved him to the nearest hospital — but he died soon after getting there — God grant! Lee, to whom he was not related. Because he was acquainted with all three branches of the army, the infantry, cavalry, and artillery, Stephen D. Once the war began, he saw action in numerous battles.

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He surrendered with General Joseph E. Lee, drove Union General George B. Lee has penned this letter in beautiful purple fountain pen. The pages have been tipped together with a spot of glue at each of the upper corners. The letter has vertical and horizontal mailing folds, and the first page has some rippling at the upper left and upper right, probably from the moisture in the glue used to tip the pages together.

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