Sketches of the life of Captain Hugh A. White of the Stonewall Brigade

by White, Wm. S.

Publisher: South Carolinian Steam Press in Columbia, S.C

Written in English
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  • White, Hugh A. 1840-1862,
  • Confederate States of America. Army. Stonewall Brigade,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories

Edition Notes

Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 2610

Statementby his father.
GenrePersonal narratives, Confederate.
ContributionsConfederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE605 .W58
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p. ;
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6993624M
LC Control Number08003813

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  The geographical area covered by the 1st Brigade furnished several regiments which formed in as the First Virginia Brigade, Army of the Shenandoah, Confederate States Army, commanded by Brigadier General Thomas J. Jackson. It was at the first battle of Manassas, 21 JUL , that the brigade won the illustrious nickname "The Stonewall. HEADQUARTERS STONEWALL BRIGADE, Aug Captain [R. W.] HUNTER, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General. CAPTAIN: In obedience to circular from division headquarters, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Stonewall Brigade at the battle of Gettysburg, and subsequently until it recrossed the Potomac. Wood was prompted to write his narrative, The War; "Stonewall" Jackson, His Campaigns, and Battles, the Regiment as I Saw Them out of a concern that those with first-hand knowledge of the Civil War were beginning to age and pass away. Wood documents his experiences for the historical record, because he feels "it is the duty of the. John Selby's book "Stonewall Jackson as Military Commander" is a fine work about the exploits of Jackson in the American Civil War. From his rise to fame at First Manassas to his final great victory at Chancellorsville, Selby looks at the campaigns that defined Jackson as a military by: 4.

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The Stonewall Brigade. Stonewall Brigade. Contributed by Ethan S. Rafuse. The Stonewall Brigade was a collection of five Virginia infantry regiments and an artillery battery in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the American Civil War (–).

Trained and first led by Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, it was perhaps the most accomplished—and. United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories. Here are entered histories of individual military units lower than a branch of the Armed Forces, including divisions, regiments, squadrons, fleets, etc.

Simple folk song dedicated to the songwriter's great-great grandfather, William Samuel Hackley, who served in the Stonewall Brigade during the Civil War. Mark compared his grandfather's service in. The Stonewall Brigade. James I. Robertson Jr. At a desperate moment during the First Battle of Manassas on Jwhen the Confederate battle line was coming unhinged, one Virginia regiment stood firm under a relatively unknown officer named Thomas J.

Jackson. "The Stonewall Brigade" by James I. Robertson Jr.,is a readable book that all Civil War history buffs will enjoy."The Stonewall Brigade" is a book that examines in-depth one of the Civil War's most recognized and exceptional son writes of the many hardships the soldiers endured while giving insight to command decisions that made these hardships /5(3).

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Organized from assorted militia companies in and near the Shenandoah Valley on Apthe 1st Brigade, Virginia Volunteers, had its character and destiny swiftly defined by its first commander, Colonel Thomas J.

Jackson. Civil War Times“In The Stonewall Brigade, authors Hook and Smith sort out the evolution of the companies that formed the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 27th, and 33rd Virginia Infantry regiments and their supporting artillery units, and diligently explore the details of the brigade’s lofty record.A wealth of illustrations as well as vivid descriptions of the soldier’s training and living Author: Patrick Hook.

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Rally behind the Virginians!&#; With these words General Bee ensured the reputation of Thomas Jackson and his troops who were fighting alongside him at the battle of the the First Bull Run. This reputation was enhanced during Jackson&#;s Shenandoah Valley campaign and other operations where the.

Sun 23rd Oct at pm. Just came across your story on William L. Jackson. Yes, he was a good man and a good soldier. His 19th Virginia Cavalry fought a number of savage Cavalry on Cavalry engagements at the end of the war along with their sister unit, the 17th Virginia Cavalry.

First printed inthis volume presents a nearly contemporary view of the lauded Confederate unit. Recruited from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (with many troops volunteering from nearby Maryland), this Confederate cavalry unit fought under General Stonewall Jackson early in the Civil War.

Led by one of the grandest cavaliers of them all - General Turner Ashby - until 3/5(1). Stonewall Jackson - The Civil War Begins: With the election of President Abraham Lincoln and the outbreak of the Civil War inJackson offered his services to Virginia and was made a colonel.

Assigned to Harpers Ferry, he began organizing and drilling troops, as well as operating against the B&O railroad. I am curious if anyone can give a list of the commanders of The Stonewall Brigade throughout the war.

Of course I know of Jackson, as well as Richard Garnett commanding. I would love to see the order of commanders of this famous brigade. Any. A Brotherhood of Valor: The Common Soldiers of the Stonewall Brigade, C.S.A., and the Iron Brigade, U.S.A.

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Shenandoah Herald, Woodstock, Virginia Diary of a Soldier of the Stonewall Brigade January 8, Front Page. On an old garret was found, a short time ago a small book, containing the diary of a soldier written during the first year of the civil war.1st (Turney’s) Confederate Infantry Regiment & 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment.

“The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, Philadelphia, PA: J W.

Lewis & Co., Stonewall Jackson: the Man, the Soldier, the James I. Robertson, Jr. (New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, Pp xxiii + Maps. Bibliography. Notes. Index.). James I. Robertson’s massive Stonewall Jackson offers a definitive treatment of the Virginia general for new scholars and history buffs.

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