A Soldier to the Last: Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler in Blue and Gray

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Potomac Books, Inc., May 14, 2014 - Electronic books - 305 pages
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One of only two Confederate generals who are buried in Arlington National Cemetery
  

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Contents

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PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
1NOT LENGTH OR BREADTH OR THICKNESS
2AN EXAMPLE OF COOL HEROIC COURAGE
3BLUEGRASS BOUND
4PRAISE AND PROMOTION
5DEFENDING IN FRONT ATTACKING IN REAR
9ESSENTIAL TO THE EFFICIENCY OF THE CAVALRY
10COUNTERMARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA
11THE PURSUER AND THE PURSUED
12ALL THAT HUMAN EXERTION COULD ACCOMPLISH
13NEW FIELDS OF BATTLE
14A SOLDIER TO THE LAST
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY

6TARGETING SHIPS FORTS AND TRAINS
7AT LONG LAST VICTORY
8WAR CHILD
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Copyright

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Ed Longacre has written more than 20 books and 100 journal and magazine articles on the Civil War. "The Cavalry at Gettysburg" won the Fletcher Pratt Award as the best book of Civil War nonfiction. "Pickett, Leader of the Charge" was a finalist for the Douglas Southall Freeman Award. Lee's Cavalrymen was a main selection of the History Book Club. He was a historical advisor to the 1993 motion picture "Gettysburg". Ed Longacre lives in Newport News, Virginia, where he is a civilian historian for the United States Air Force.

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