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James Longstreet

1821-1904

Confederate Lieutenant General Corps commander made four mistakes that have denied him his deserved esteemed place in Southern History:

He argued with Lee at Gettysburg.

He was correct.

He put it in writing

He served as a Republican in the U.S.Grant Administration.

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James Longstreet Biography
James Longstreet (1821-1904). Corps commander James Longstreet made three mistakes
that have denied him his deserved place in Southern posterity: He argued with ...

James Longstreet, Confederate General, Gettysburg, Chickamauga
James Longstreet a North Georgia Notable Born:January 8, 1821, Edgefield District,
South Carolina Died: Gainesville, Ga. January 2, 1904 ...

Lt. General James Longstreet Memorial - Images by Jay J. ...
Lt. General James Longstreet Memorial Dedication. Gettysburg, PA. July 3, 1998.
Images & Text Jay J. Pulli and Peggy Marshall. The Program. ...

Ulysses S. Grant and James Longstreet
Here is an article where General James Longstreet discusses
his long friendship with Grant. ...

“Never Was I So Depressed”: James Longstreet and Pickett’ ...
"Never Was I So Depressed." James Longstreet and Pickett’s
Charge. ... General James Longstreet. ...

General James Longstreet
... General James Longstreet Raised in north Georgia, lived in Gainesville,
fought at Chickamauga Top: History: Civilwar: People: Longstreet: ...

James Longstreet
Lieutenant General James Longstreet. James 'Old Pete'
Longstreet was called "My War Horse" by Gen ...

Civil War Journel - Gen. James Longstreet
... James Longstreet was born on January 8, 1821, in South Carolina. After spending his
early years in both Georgia and Alabama, he accepted an appointment to the ...

National Park Books - Hand-printed Photograph of General ...
Hand-printed Photograph of General James Longstreet
Hand-printed Photograph of General ...

James Longstreet
James Longstreet. Longstreet was born in Edgefield
District, South Carolina on January 8th, 1821 ...

The Longstreet Chronicles
Web space provided by the Allen Sullivant, web master of the Tennessee
Division Sons of Confederate Veterans Website. ...
Description: Features biography, pictures, bibliography, and links.

Longstreet at Chickamauga
Attack At Chickamauga: The Confederate Command of James Longstreet. by David
M. Smith 1996 David M. Smith and The Cincinnati Civil War Round Table. ...

Gen. James Longstreet, Confederate Army
Gen. James Longstreet, Confederate Army (1821-1904).
Longstreet was born on January 8, 1821 ...

General Longstreet Recognition Project
GENERAL LONGSTREET RECOGNITION PROJECT. Association Action to Memorialize
The Military and Public Service of CSA General James Longstreet. ...

Re: What were the ages of the children of Gen. James ...
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James Longstreet
James Longstreet Born:January 8, 1821, Edgefield District, South Carolina Died: Gainesville,
Ga. January 2, 1904 Early Life James Longstreet was born in the ...

General James Longstreet in the West
McWhiney Foundation Press. General James Longstreet in the West
A Monumental Failure by Judith Lee Hallock. ...

Lieut. Gen. James Longstreet
Lieutenant General James Longstreet. Probably the
best known soldier who fought in the civil ...

James Longstreet
James Longstreet. to. Augustus Baldwin Longstreet.
Camp, Culpeper Courthouse [Va.]. July 24, 1863. ...

The Tragic Figure of General James Longstreet in The Killer ...
... leading up to and during the Battle of Gettysburg in July, 1863 is James Longstreet,
the Confederate Lieutenant General who had assumed the position of Robert E ...

Civil War General of the Day
CONFEDERATE FIRST ARMY CORPS 87 guns/21,889 men LIEUTENANT
GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET James ...

General James B. LONGSTREET
James Longstreet (1821-1904). My 3rd cousin 5 times removed. ... Ahnentafel
of General James Longstreet (41113). ...

From Manassas to Appomattox
This on-line edition of Confederate General James Longstreet's memoirs is based directly
on the 1912 second edition published by Lippincott, Philadelphia. ...
Description: By Confederate Lieutenant-General James Longstreet: etext at The War Time Journal.

From Manassas to Appomattox: Memoirs of Confederate General ...
From Manassas to Appomattox: Memoirs of Confederate
General James Longstreet. GO TO SITE. ...

Home Page
The General James Longstreet Camp 1289. The Flag Camp. Sons of
Confederate Veterans. Last Updated Monday, July 03, 2000. ...
Description: Information on Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 1289, located in Union City, Georgia.

Letter from General James Longstreet
James Longstreet. Back, Continue, Transcript.
Description: Letter, dated October 9, 1862, in which Longstreet describes the aftermath of the battle of Antietam.

James Longstreet
Lieut. General James Longstreet Commander First Army Corps.
Army of Northern Virginia. Links to Related Documents. ...

James Longstreet
James Longstreet, 1821-1904 Birthplace: Edgefield District,
S. Carolina Senior Command: Army of Northern Virginia, ...

Longstreet Report
... Report of Lieut. Gen. James Longstreet, CS Army, commanding First Army Corps. HDQRS.
1ST ARMY CORPS, DEPT. OF NORTHERN, VIRGINIA Near Culpeper Court-House July ...


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