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07.03 IMPORTANT BIOGRAPHIES, Military Leaders

07.03.01 : Lee, Robert E., a biography in 4 volumes by Douglas Southall Freeman, titled: R. E. Lee: A Biography, published in 1934-35.  [Click on Number to Read Revioew]


07.03.02 : Bedford Forrest and His Critter Company, a biography by Andrew Nelson Lytle, published in 1931.  [Click on Number to Read Review]


07.03.03 : Stonewall Jackson, two biographies are recommended: Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, by Robert Louis Dabney, published in 1865, and Stonewall Jackson: The Man, The Soldier, The Legend, by James I. Robertson, Jr., published in 1997.  [Click on number to read review of Dabney’s book, we still need a review of Robertson’s]


07.03.04 :  First with the Most: Nathan Bedford Forrest, a biography by Robert S. Henry, published in 1944.  [The Society Needs a Contributing Member to Volunteer to Write Up a Review of This Book]


07.03.05 : Wyeth, John Allan, The Life of General Nathan Bedford Forest, first published in 1899, reissued in 1908, finally going out of print in 1924, republished in 1959 as That Devil Forest: The Life of General Nathan Bedford Forest [The Society Needs a Contributing Member to Volunteer to Write Up a Review of This Book]


07.03.06 :  Daly, Louise H., Alexander Cheves Haskell: Portrait of a Man, published in 1934.  [Click on number to read review.]


07.03.07 : Lee’s Lieutenants: A Study in Command, a 3-volume biography group of Robert E. Lee’s top generals, by Douglas Southall Freeman, published in 1942-44.  [Click on Number to Read Review]


07.03.08 : General Robert E. Lee after Appomattox, by Franklin Riley, published in 1922.  [Click on number to read review]


07.03.09 : Reference Listing Coming Soon


07.03.10 : General Robert F. Hoke:  Lee’s Modest Warrior, a biography by Daniel W. Barefoot, published in 1996.  [Click on Number to Read Review.]