The long arm of Lee : the history of the artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia / Jennings Cropper Wise ; with a foreword by L. Van Loan Naisawald.

By: Wise, Jennings C. (Jennings Cropper), 1881-Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York [N.Y.] : Oxford University Press, 1959Description: 995 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia | Confederate States of America. Army -- Artillery | Confederate States of America. Ordnance Bureau | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental historiesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Long arm of Lee.DDC classification: 973.7455 | 973.742 LOC classification: E545.6 | .W5 1959
Contents:
Early ordnance work and status of ordnance in 1861 -- Organization of the Bureau of Ordnance and its early operations -- Organizations and operations -- Original armament of the Army of Northern Virginia -- The artillery of the early days -- The Virginia Military Institute as a school of army -- The field artillery of the Confederate States of America -- The Virginia volunteers -- Active operation commence : Big Bethel and Gainesville -- Blackburn's Ford and First Manassas -- Winter of 1861-62 -- Tactics and early instruction -- Federal organization and tactical concepts -- The horse artillery and the Valley Campaign -- The Peninsula Campaign -- General Lee assumes command ; Reorganization ; Beginning of the seven days -- Gaines' Mill -- Savages Station and Frazier's Farm -- Malvern Hill -- Cedar Mountain -- Gainesville and Groveton -- Second Manassas -- The Maryland invasion : Harper's Ferry and South Mountain -- Reorganization, from Sharpsburg to Fredericksburg -- Fredericksburg -- The winter of 1862-63 ; Kellysville and the death of Pelham, "The gallant, the incomparable" ; Reorganization again -- The Battle of Chancellorsville : Preliminary dispositions -- Chancellorsville : May 1st -- Chancellorsville : May 2d : Jackson's attack -- Chancellorsvile : Sunday, May 3d -- Chancellorsville, continued : Fredericksburg and Salem Church, May 3d -- Chancellorsville : May 4 -- Preparation for the second Maryland invasion ; Death of Jackson ; Brandy Station -- From Fredericksburg to Gettysburg -- Gettysburg : July 1 -- Gettysburg : July 2 -- Gettysburg : July 3 -- Gettysburg : the retreat -- Reorganization after Gettysburg : The winter of 1863-64 -- The artillery commanders of the army compared -- The Wilderness -- Spotsylvania -- The North Anna -- Cold Harbor -- Cold Harbor to Petersburg -- Petersburg : the siege commences -- The trenches in July -- The Crater -- The Second Corps in the valley -- Petersburg : the winter of 1864 -- The beginning of the end : 1865 -- "Le Debacle."
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Includes general, battery and battalion indexes.

Early ordnance work and status of ordnance in 1861 -- Organization of the Bureau of Ordnance and its early operations -- Organizations and operations -- Original armament of the Army of Northern Virginia -- The artillery of the early days -- The Virginia Military Institute as a school of army -- The field artillery of the Confederate States of America -- The Virginia volunteers -- Active operation commence : Big Bethel and Gainesville -- Blackburn's Ford and First Manassas -- Winter of 1861-62 -- Tactics and early instruction -- Federal organization and tactical concepts -- The horse artillery and the Valley Campaign -- The Peninsula Campaign -- General Lee assumes command ; Reorganization ; Beginning of the seven days -- Gaines' Mill -- Savages Station and Frazier's Farm -- Malvern Hill -- Cedar Mountain -- Gainesville and Groveton -- Second Manassas -- The Maryland invasion : Harper's Ferry and South Mountain -- Reorganization, from Sharpsburg to Fredericksburg -- Fredericksburg -- The winter of 1862-63 ; Kellysville and the death of Pelham, "The gallant, the incomparable" ; Reorganization again -- The Battle of Chancellorsville : Preliminary dispositions -- Chancellorsville : May 1st -- Chancellorsville : May 2d : Jackson's attack -- Chancellorsvile : Sunday, May 3d -- Chancellorsville, continued : Fredericksburg and Salem Church, May 3d -- Chancellorsville : May 4 -- Preparation for the second Maryland invasion ; Death of Jackson ; Brandy Station -- From Fredericksburg to Gettysburg -- Gettysburg : July 1 -- Gettysburg : July 2 -- Gettysburg : July 3 -- Gettysburg : the retreat -- Reorganization after Gettysburg : The winter of 1863-64 -- The artillery commanders of the army compared -- The Wilderness -- Spotsylvania -- The North Anna -- Cold Harbor -- Cold Harbor to Petersburg -- Petersburg : the siege commences -- The trenches in July -- The Crater -- The Second Corps in the valley -- Petersburg : the winter of 1864 -- The beginning of the end : 1865 -- "Le Debacle."

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