Stonewall's Man: Sandie Pendleton

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UNC Press Books, 2000 - History - 252 pages
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First published by UNC Press in 1959, this biography tells the story of Alexander (Sandie) Swift Pendleton, a high-spirited and intelligent Confederate staff officer from Virginia who, at the age of twenty-two, won the confidence, admiration, and affectio
 

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Contents

THE BOY
3
THE STUDENT
20
APPRENTICESHIP TO WAR
41
THE VALLEY CAMPAIGN
52
CHIEF OF STAFF
68
ROMANCE AT MOSS NECK
93
I WOULD HAVE DIED FOR HIM
114
SUMMER IN PENNSYLVANIA
127
EWELL SUPERANNUATED CHIEFTAIN
142
THE BELATED WEDDING
157
LOVE AND WAR
184
HISTORY SHALL YET WRITE THY NAME
203
EPILOGUE
224
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
235
INDEX
241
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About the author (2000)

W. G. Bean was Douglas Southall Freeman Professor of History at Washington and Lee University.

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