Fighting for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander

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Fighting for the CONFEDERACY
The Personal Recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander

Edited by
Gary W. Gallagher

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Chapel Hill \ London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Editor''s Note xxv
  • Chapter 1- Early Days 3
  • Chapter 2- First Manassas or Bull Run 37
  • Chapter 3- Fall & Winter after Bull Run 60
  • Chapter 4- Seven Days 94
  • Chapter 5- Second Manassas Campaign 121
  • Chapter 6- Sharpsburg Campaign 138
  • Chapter 7- The Fall of 1862 155
  • Chapter 8 - The Battle of Fredericksburg 166
  • Chapter Winter after Fredericksburg 188
  • Chapter 10- Battle of Chancellorsville 194
  • Chapter II- The Gettysburg Campaign 219
  • Chapter 12- Chickamauga 284
  • Chapter 13- Chattanooga & Knoxville 300
  • Chapter 14- Spring of 1864 334
  • Chapter 15- Wilderness & Spottsylvania 345
  • Chapter 16- North Anna & Drury''s Bluff 387
  • Chapter 17- Totopotomoy & Cold Harbor 395
  • Chapter 18- Passage of James River 415
  • Chapter 19- Siege of Petersburg 435
  • Chapter 20- Fall of 1864 468
  • Chapter 21- Fall & Winter of 1864 & ''65 486
  • Chapter 22- Appomattox 510
  • Notes 553
  • Index 613
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