Table of contents for Alexander "Fighting Elleck" Hays : the life of a Civil War general, from West Point to the Wilderness / Wayne Mahood.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	00
Preface	Á
One	Sam Hays's Son	00
Two	"Alexander is the Best Rider at West Point"	00
Three	"There is No Man Whom I Would More Highly Commend":	00
The Mexican War
Four	"I Have Not Yet Determined on a Profession"	00
Five	"The Boys Wonder Why I Am Always Awake": Col. Alex Hays	00
Six	"Still Distant from Richmond": The Peninsula Campaign	00
Seven	"The Gallant Hays Is Badly Wounded": Second Bull Run	00
Eight	 Alex Hays Has "Triumphed"	00
Nine	"The Angel of Death Alone Can Produce Such a Field as Was	000
Presented": Gettysburg
Ten	"Annihilating Lee's Forces by 'Masterly Inactivity'"	000
Eleven	"We Fought the Rebels-As Usual, Whipped Them":	000
Morton's Ford
Twelve	"My Pathway Leads to Richmond or to the grave": The	000
Army Reorganizes
Thirteen	Hays "Would Always Lead in Battle": The Battle of 	000
the Wilderness
Fourteen	He Died in "Harness": Memorials to "Fighting Elleck"	000
Appendix: Accusations of Hays's Drunkenness	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hays, Alexander, 1819-1864.
Generals -- United States -- Biography.
United States. Army -- Biography.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns.