J.E.B. Stuart: Gettysburg scapegoat?

Zimmerman, Daniel
May 1998
America's Civil War;May98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p50
Focuses on the battle between the Confederates and the Union at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania with emphasis on the criticism leveled at Confederate Major General J.E.B. Stuart for the defeat of the Confederates. Suggestion that Stuart did not provide General Robert E. Lee with sufficient information pertaining to the enemy's troop movements in the days leading up to Gettysburg; How Stuart became the scapegoat of Gettysburg.


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