Originally published in 1885, this is a primary biography of the celebrated Confederate General written by one who knew him on a personal level and who served as Asst. Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff. The story of his early life and campaigns are given in vivid detail, undergirded with diligent research. His Christian character, sense of honor and duty to home, country, state and fellowman are prominent throughout the narrative. This work contains 468 pages and concludes with a lengthy Appendix listing the names and brief service notices of those who served under Stuart during the War.
|Publisher:||Strait Gate Publications, Charlotte, NC|
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About the Author
Henry Brainerd McClellan (1840-1904): Confederate Major who served as Stuart's Chief of Staff and as an Assistant Adjutant General.