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America"s Robert E. Lee
Henry Steele Commager
A biography of the commander of the Confederate armies, describing his family life, his career, and his campaigns during the Civil War.
|Statement||Henry Steele Commager.|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.L4 C65 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. (large print) :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||90048983|
‘Trinity,” a striking painting on exhibit at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, depicts Jesus Christ, Elvis Presley and Robert E. Lee, each adorned with a halo. Whatever Elvis. In America’s Robert E. Lee, Henry Steele Commager presents a brief but extremely exciting sketch of the life of one of the United States’ outstanding figures. The author focuses on the.
Appomattox Court House, site of General Robert E. Lee's surrender to U.S. Grant in the American Civil War. Check out the history and heritage of the southern Virginia site that ended the four year conflict, including an intact village of the location and site of the two final battles of the Civil War and the house where the surrender occurred. Robert E. Lee (–), was the son of Henry Lee III, and probably the most famous member of the Lee family. He served as Confederate general in the United States Civil War and later as President of Washington and Lee University, which was named for him and for George gton and Lee University houses Lee Chapel, burial site of several Current region: Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, .
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America's Robert E. Lee Hardcover – June 1, by Henry Steele Commager (Author), Lynd Ward (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Author: Henry Steele Commager, Lynd Ward. Another full dress production in the America's series which has included so far, America's Ethan Allen and America's Paul Revere.
Again, in spite of our admiration for the handsome format, we do feel that story-making has been sacrificed to bookmaking. The biography of the Southern general by the distinguished critic and writer is competent and stately but like the ommental.
"The best and most balanced of the Lee biographies."―New York Review of Books. The life of Robert E. Lee is a story not of defeat but of triumph―triumph in clearing his family name, triumph in marrying properly, triumph over the mighty Mississippi in his work as an engineer, and triumph over all other military men to become the towering figure who commanded the Confederate Cited by: Get this from a library.
America's Robert E. Lee. [Henry Steele Commager; Lynd Ward; Riverside Press (Cambridge, Mass.); Houghton, Mifflin and Company.; Paul Cartwright Collection (Mississippi State University.
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America's Robert E. Lee (Book): Commager, Henry Steele. All library locations will remain closed through at least May 2. Please keep all materials. Nolan's book is an interesting polemic about Lee's beliefs and tactics. However, Nolan sometimes tries to have it both ways (e.g., Lee was a great man but supported slavery and opposed civil rights; Lee was a brilliant general but caused the South to lose the war by mindlessly relying on the offensive; etc.), relies on speculation rather than evidence to support some of his claims, /5.
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Lee, chisels away at the myth. Timeless lessons for all Americans. Key point: It was a meeting four years in the making. When Confederate General Robert E. Lee learned on the morning of April 9,that Union infantry was. Robert E. Lee is back in the news thanks to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.
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Robert Edward Lee (Janu – Octo ) was an American and Confederate soldier, best known as a commander of the Confederate States commanded the Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War from until its surrender in A son of Revolutionary War officer Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee III, Lee was a top graduate of the Buried: Lee Chapel, Washington and Lee University.
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Robert E. Lee was a Confederate general who led the South’s attempt at secession during the Civil challenged Union forces during the war’s bloodiest battles, including Antietam and.
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Michael Korda, author of Ulysses S. Grant and the bestsellers Ike and Hero, paints a vivid and .A largely accidental battle, pitting Robert E. Lee against George B. McClellan, became the single deadliest day in America's history and changed the course of the Civil War.
The day of Antietam—Septem — was like no other day of the Civil War.Neither Robert E. Lee nor George G. Meade comes off well. Guelzo blames Lee for not overriding Lt.
Gen. A.P. Hill, who had prematurely brought an end to the fighting on July 1 and, worse yet, for not pressing Lt. Gen. Richard Ewell to take Culp’s Hill on that first day.