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Fri Mar 21 17:13:09 2014 UTClccn-n840381620.00Ramseur, Stephen Dodson0.451.00Life and character of Major General Stephen D. Ramseur, address of Hon. Charles M. Stedman, of North Carolina, delivered near Winchester, Va., September 15, 192062940546Stephen_Dodson_Ramseurn 840381621147718Ramseur, Dodson, 1837-1864Ramseur, S. D.lccn-n80001144Confederate States of AmericaArmylccn-n82007512Gallagher, Gary W.lccn-n99831969Kundahl, George G.1940-lccn-n85135924Early, Jubal Anderson1816-1894lccn-n80044891Lee, Robert E.(Robert Edward)1807-1870viaf-165928778Cox, William R.nc-ladies memorial association of raleigh n cLadies Memorial Association of Raleigh, N.C.lccn-n87862563Du Pont, Henry1812-1889lccn-n88681259Schenck, David1835-1902lccn-n83195659North Carolina Historical CommissionRamseur, Stephen Dodson1837-1864Records and correspondenceHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives‡vConfederateRamseur, Stephen Dodson,United StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Confederate States of America.--ArmyGeneralsVirginiaUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaArmed Forces--OfficersMilitary campaignsWar--CausesChange of allegiancePatriotismSocial aspectsEarly, Jubal Anderson,Lee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),North CarolinaPettigrew, James Johnston,Schenck, David,Armed ForcesCollege students--Social life and customsMaryland Campaign (1864)StudentsUnited States Military AcademyDavidson CollegeSoldiers183718641864189118921914191619201921192619651968198219841985198819992010201321392243973.782E467.1.R212ocn800236325book20100.56Ramseur, Stephen DodsonThe bravest of the brave the correspondence of Stephen Dodson RamseurHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives ConfederateRecords and correspondenceIntroduction -- The formative years, 1837-1855 -- Wearing the military uniform of the United States : the West Point years and service as an army officer, 1855-1861 -- Confederate artillery officer, 1861-1862 -- Regimental commander, April-October 1862 -- Brigade commander (I), November 1862-October 1863 -- Brigade commander (II), November 1863-May 1864 -- Division commander, May-October 1864 -- Death and aftermath+-+382883253511ocn740843660file20100.47Ramseur, Stephen DodsonThe bravest of the brave the correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur+-+382883253501ocn810290856book1864Ramseur, Stephen DodsonJournal of march of Early's Division from June 13th to July 15th 1864HistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateAccount of the day by day movements of Early's Division in Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland11286ocn047011921book19820.31Gallagher, Gary WStephen Dodson Ramseur, Lee's gallant generalHistoryBiographyStephen Dodson Ramseur, born in Lincolnton, North Carolina, in 1837, compiled an enviable record as a brigadier in the Army of Northern Virginia. Commissioned major general the day after his twenty-seventh birthday, he was the youngest West Pointer to achieve that rank in the Confederate army. He later showed great skill as a divisional leader in the 1864 Shenandoah Valley campaigns before he was fatally wounded at Cedar Creek on 19 October of that year. Based on Ramseur's extensive personal papers as well as on other sources, this absorbing biography examines the life of one of the South+-+67709325356564ocn658203932file20100.56Ramseur, Stephen DodsonThe bravest of the brave the correspondence of Stephen Dodson RamseurHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives ConfederateRecords and correspondenceStephen Dodson Ramseur (1837-1865) rose meteorically through the Confederate military ranks. He excelled in every assignment and was involved as a senior officer in many of the war's most important conflicts east of the Appalachians. His letters--over 180 of which are collected and transcribed here by George Kundahl--provide his incisive observations on these military events. At the same time, they offer rare insight into the personal opinions of a high-ranking Civil War officer+-+75204325353242603ocn819717599book20130.63Gallagher, Gary WBecoming Confederates : paths to a new national loyaltyHistoryCase studiesIn Becoming Confederates , Gary W. Gallagher explores loyalty in the era of the Civil War, focusing on Robert E. Lee, Stephen Dodson Ramseur, and Jubal A. Early-three prominent officers in the Army of Northern Virginia who became ardent Confederate nationalists. Loyalty was tested and proved in many ways leading up to and during the war. Looking at levels of allegiance to their native state, to the slaveholding South, to the United States, and to the Confederacy, Gallagher shows how these men represent responses to the mid-nineteenthcentury crisis. Lee traditionally has been presented as a rel292ocn006093654book18910.79Cox, William RAddress on the life and character of Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Ramseur, before the Ladies' Memorial Association of Raleigh, N.C., May 10th, 1891162ocn005689727book19200.97Du Pont, HenryAddress by Colonel du Pont upon the unveiling of Major General Ramseur's monument131ocn213753424book19850.96Gallagher, Gary WRamseur, Lee's gallant generalHistoryBiography93ocn758752570com18920.81Schenck, DSketches of Maj.-Gen. Stephen Dodson Ramseur72ocn758726018com19200.88You are cordially invited to be present at the dedication of memorials to Major-General Stephen Dodson Ramseur, C.S.A. and Brigadier-General James Johnston Pettigrew, C.S.A. near Winchester, Virginia, September 16-17, 1920, by North Carolina Division, U.C.V., North Carolina Division, U.D.C. and North Carolina Historical Commission42ocn020608126book19160.81Clark, WalterMajor General Stephen Dodson Ramseur : an address delivered at the presentation of the portrait of Major General Stephen D. RamseurHistoryBiography32ocn028903626book19211.00Stedman, Charles ManlyLife and character of Major General Stephen D. Ramseur, address of Hon. Charles M. Stedman, of North Carolina, delivered near Winchester, Va., September 15, 192022ocn019840886book19680.92Cline, Joseph FrederickThe Youngest major general Stephen Dodson Ramseur11ocn538913228book1.00Maj.-Gen. Stephen D. RamseurHistoryBiography11ocn537095223book19261.00Yarbrough, J. AGeneral Stephen Dodson RamseurHistoryBiography11ocn074356322art1988Sifakis, StewartRamseur, Stephen Dodson (1837-1864)11ocn828183040book1864Ramseur, Stephen DodsonJournal of march of Early's Division from June 13th to July 15th 1864HistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateAccount of the day by day movements of Early's Division in Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland11ocn170867608art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamRamseur, Stephen Dodson11ocn060931994art1999Ramseur, Stephen Dodson11ocn024599976mix1.00Ramseur, Stephen DodsonStephen Dodson Ramseur papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceLetters, 1853-1864, from Stephen D. Ramseur (1837-1864), written from Davidson College in North Carolina, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and Civil War battlefields, to his wife, to Judge David Schenck (his brother-in-law), and other relatives. Also included are genealogical notes on the Wilfong, Ramseur, and related families, and later letters11ocn535176208book19651.00Steiner, Paul EMaj. General Stephen D. Ramseur, C.S.A.HistoryBiography11ocn018025160art19851.00Gallagher, Gary WA North Carolinian at West Point : Stephen Dodson Ramseur, 1855-1860+-+3828832535+-+3828832535Fri Mar 21 15:41:40 EDT 2014batch13933