Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain

Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain Winner of the Richard Barksdale Harwell Award Atlanta Civil War Round Table Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman History Award Military Order of the Stars and Bars At Cedar Mountain on A

  • Title: Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain
  • Author: Robert K. Krick
  • ISBN: 9780807853559
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Winner of the 1990 Richard Barksdale Harwell Award, Atlanta Civil War Round Table Winner of the 1991 Douglas Southall Freeman History Award, Military Order of the Stars and Bars At Cedar Mountain on August 9, 1862, Stonewall Jackson exercised independent command of a campaign for the last time Robert Krick untangles the myriad original accounts by participants on both siWinner of the 1990 Richard Barksdale Harwell Award, Atlanta Civil War Round Table Winner of the 1991 Douglas Southall Freeman History Award, Military Order of the Stars and Bars At Cedar Mountain on August 9, 1862, Stonewall Jackson exercised independent command of a campaign for the last time Robert Krick untangles the myriad original accounts by participants on both sides of the battle to offer an illuminating portrait of the Confederate general commanding his troops under the extraordinary pressures of combat From diaries, reminiscences, letters, and newspaper articles, Krick reconstructs a vivid and detailed account of the confrontation at Cedar Mountain and Jackson s victory there.

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  • After purchasing the board game Stonewall's Sword, I became interested in the battle of Cedar Mountain. Luckily for me, my local library has this book on its shelves and I was able to quickly dive into it rather than wait on it to ship to me from .As the title suggests, this book focuses heavily on the Confederate side of the battle. The author has performed meticulous research and the book is heavily laden with anecdotes by eyewitnesses of the battle. The maps that are included in the book are [...]


  • A terrific read that is full of primary sources. At times primary source material can be confounding but Krick does a great job of helping the reader through the dust of war. This book focuses on the confederate side of the battle, Jackson probably gets the most ink but this is by no means a book only about him. The rest of the confederate command and, to the extent that it is known, even individual solders also have their stories told. Overall it was quite excellent, I'm looking forward to read [...]


  • Krick is always a good read, and I wish he would write more. He's an unreconstructed Southerner who adores Jackson, yet he's not above including scenes that are not to Jackson's credit. Krick has a real gift for amusing incidents and interesting narrative, and he should not be missed.



  • A good read, very detailed. However, I would have liked to have seen a bit more about the Federal army. Krick clearly displays his affinity for one side.


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