Table of contents for Cavalryman of the lost cause : a biography of J.E.B. Stuart / Jeffry D. Wert.


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Preface and Acknowledgmentsxi

Chapter 1 Son of Virginia 1

Chapter 2 West Point and Texas 12

Chapter 3" I Go with Virginia" 24

Chapter 4 "A Rare Man" 46

Chapter 5 "I Will Not Leave the Van of Our Army" 66

Chapter 6 "Our Exploit Is All the Talk Here" 84

Chapter 7 "Great Spirits of the Land" 114

Chapter 8 "We Cannot Afford to Be Idle" 139

Chapter 9 To Pennsylvania and Back 163

Chapter 10 Winter War 186

Chapter 11 "Right Noble Did Stuart Do" 211

Chapter 12 "The Hardest Cavalry Fight" 234

Chapter 13 To Gettysburg 253

Chapter 14 "I Have Been Blessed with Great Success on This Campaign" 283

Chapter 15 Corps Command 303

Chapter 16 "Grand Jeb Stuart" 324

Chapter 17 "I Had Rather Die, Than Be Whipped" 338

Chapter 18 "The Greatest Cavalry Officer Ever Foaled in America" 363

Notes373

Bibliography449

Index477



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Stuart, Jeb, -- 1833-1864.
Generals -- Confederate States of America -- Biography.
Confederate States of America. -- Army -- Biography.
Confederate States of America. -- Army. -- Cavalry -- Biography.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Cavalry operations.