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Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee By by Captain Robert E. Lee, His Son
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Contents: Chapter I Services in the United States Army Captain Lee, of the Engineers, a hero to his child--The family pets--Home from the Mexican War--Three years in Baltimore-- Superintendent of... More > the West Point Military Academy--Lieutenant- Colonel of Second Cavalry--Supresses "John Brown Raid" at Harper's Ferry--Commands the Department of Taxes . Chapter II The Confederate General Resigns from Colonelcy of First United States Cavalry--Motives for this step--Chosen to command Virginia forces--Anxiety about his wife, family, and possessions--Chief advisor to President Davis-- Battle of Manassas--Military operations in West Virginia--Letter to State Governor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Chapter III Letters to Wife and Daughters From Camp on Sewell's Mountain--Quotation from Colonel Taylor's book--From Professor Wm. P. Trent--From Mr. Davis's Memorial Address--Defense of Southern ports--Christmas, 1861--The General AND MORE< Less
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee By by Captain Robert E. Lee, His Son
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Contents: Chapter I Services in the United States Army Captain Lee, of the Engineers, a hero to his child--The family pets--Home from the Mexican War--Three years in Baltimore-- Superintendent of... More > the West Point Military Academy--Lieutenant- Colonel of Second Cavalry--Supresses "John Brown Raid" at Harper's Ferry--Commands the Department of Taxes . Chapter II The Confederate General Resigns from Colonelcy of First United States Cavalry--Motives for this step--Chosen to command Virginia forces--Anxiety about his wife, family, and possessions--Chief advisor to President Davis-- Battle of Manassas--Military operations in West Virginia--Letter to State Governor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Chapter III Letters to Wife and Daughters From Camp on Sewell's Mountain--Quotation from Colonel Taylor's book--From Professor Wm. P. Trent--From Mr. Davis's Memorial Address--Defense of Southern ports--Christmas, 1861--The General AND MORE< Less
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee By Robert E. (Robert Edward) Lee
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Robert Edward Lee (January 19, 1807 – October 12,... More > 1870) was an American general known for commanding the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War from 1862 until his surrender in 1865. The son of Revolutionary War officer Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee III, Lee was a top graduate of the United States Military Academy and an exceptional officer and military engineer in the United States Army for 32 years. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_E._Lee< Less
Memoirs of Robert E. Lee By Arthur Wyllie
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These are the memoirs of Confederate General Robert e. lee. Lee compiled these memoirs just prior to his death. They go into great detail about a men who was regarded as one of the most influential... More > of his time.< Less
Memoirs of Robert E. Lee By Gen. A. L. Long
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This is a reprint of the Memoirs of Robert E. Lee. They were originally published just after his death. Am incredibly detailed look at the man and the events of the Civil War he so greatly influenced.
Memoirs of Robert E. Lee By Gen. A. L. Long
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This is a reprint of the Memoirs of Robert E. Lee. They were originally published just after his death. Am incredibly detailed look at the man and the events of the Civil War he so greatly influenced.
Memoirs of Robert E. Lee By Gen. A. L. Long
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This is a reprint of the Memoirs of Robert E. Lee. They were originally published just after his death. Am incredibly detailed look at the man and the events of the Civil War he so greatly influenced.
A Life of General Robert E. Lee By John Esten Cooke
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A fascinating biography of Robert E. Lee, an American soldier best known for commanding the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War from 1862 until his surrender in 1865.
A Life of General Robert E. Lee By John Esten Cooke
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The military genius of General Robert E Lee is conceded by all; but this does not account for the fact that his very enemies love the man. His private character is the origin of this sentiment. The... More > soldier was great, but the man himself was greater. Those who knew him best loved him the most. The crowning grace of this man, who was thus not only great but good, was the humility and trust in God, which lay at the foundation of his character. He had lived, as he died, with this supreme trust in an overruling and merciful Providence. His faith and humble trust sustained him both through, and after the war. The writer of this biography attempts to present an accurate likeness of Lee, and to narrate clearly the incidents of his career, the aim of the author is to measure out full justice to all—not to arouse old enmities, which should be allowed to slumber, but to treat his subject with the judicial moderation of the student of history.< Less
A Life of General Robert E. Lee By John Esten Cooke
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The military genius of General Robert E Lee is conceded by all; but this does not account for the fact that his very enemies love the man. His private character is the origin of this sentiment. The... More > soldier was great, but the man himself was greater. Those who knew him best loved him the most. The crowning grace of this man, who was thus not only great but good, was the humility and trust in God, which lay at the foundation of his character. He had lived, as he died, with this supreme trust in an overruling and merciful Providence. His faith and humble trust sustained him both through, and after the war. The writer of this biography attempts to present an accurate likeness of Lee, and to narrate clearly the incidents of his career, the aim of the author is to measure out full justice to all—not to arouse old enmities, which should be allowed to slumber, but to treat his subject with the judicial moderation of the student of history.< Less