Jedediah Hotchkiss: rebel mapmaker and Virginia businessman
This is the first complete portrayal of Hotchkiss set against the era in which he lived. This biography demonstrates how Confederate staffs actually functioned, giving new insight into the true nature of Southern military, leadership.
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Academy acres Alexander H. H. Stuart April army artillery August Augusta County battle Blue Ridge Board Brady Cabin Creek camp cavalry Chancellorsville Churchville Coal Land Colonel Confederate copies Corps Cowan December diary E. W. Clark Early's enemy February Federal Flat Top Forrer Fredericksburg Gauley geological Guyandot Handley Library Henderson Hotch Hotchkiss Map Hunter McGuire interest iron Jackson January Jed Hotchkiss Jedediah Hotchkiss July June Kanawha kiss later Lee's letter Library of Congress Loch Willow Major mapmaking March Mary Baldwin College Massanutten Mountain McCreery meeting miles military mineral mining Mossy Creek Mountain Nellie November October Pliny Fisk Port Republic Potomac published railroad Richmond River road Robinson rode Rogers route sent September Shenandoah Valley sketch South Staunton Stonewall Stonewall Jackson survey tion topographical engineer troops Valley Campaign Virginias Railway wagons Washington Waynesboro West Virginia William Winchester Windsor