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Walter Herron Taylor correspondence

Walter Herron Taylor

Walter Herron Taylor correspondence

by Walter Herron Taylor

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  • Confederate States of America,
  • Confederate States of America. Army,
  • History

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    Letter from Taylor, aide-de-camp to Gen. Robert E. Lee, addressed to Lieut. Gen. Richard Heron Anderson, regarding military strategy of the Confederate army.

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    LC Control Number79001901

    On This Date, a book authored by Carl M. Cannon, has for April 9 a timely bit of American history relevant for any Christian observing the Passover. It was April 9, that Robert E. Lee told his aide, “The time had come for capitulation”—for surrender. His aide, Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, replied that any other fate would be preferable. Lee planned to meet Ulysses S. Grant “with.   On May 2, , Walter Herron Taylor received a telegram from Virginia Governor John Letcher (), instructing him to report for military service in Richmond. Upon arriving in Richmond, he was assigned to headquarters of the Army of Virginia, of .

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    Get this from a library! Lee's adjutant: the wartime letters of Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, [Walter Herron Taylor; R Lockwood Tower; John S Belmont; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- Of all those who served with Robert E. Lee in the headquarters of the Army of Northern Virginia, no one was as close to him as Walter. March , from Ludwell Robinson Temple (–) to Walter Herron Taylor (–) regarding a request for a transfer from Company B of the 9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment to Company B of the 30th Virginia Infantry Regiment (section 21). Tennent, George W., Exercise Book.


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Taylor's personal correspondence, written without reserve as he enjoyed an unparalleled opportunity to observe Lee and his inner circle, constitutes a unique addition to the Civil War record.

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Walter Heron Taylor () from Norfolk, Virginia, wrote several books about Robert E. Lee (). From the description of Col. Walter H. Taylor papers, [microform]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: › Find signed collectible books by 'Walter Herron Taylor' Four Years with General Lee: Being a Summary of the More Important Events.

by Walter Herron Taylor. ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Find This Book. Taylor's personal correspondence, written without reserve as he enjoyed an unparalleled opportunity to observe Lee and his inner circle, constitutes a unique addition to the Civil War record.

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Walter Herron Taylor () of Norfolk, Virginia, served under Confederate General Robert E. Lee, first as aide-de-camp and then as assistant adjutant general of the Army of North‐ ern Virginia, throughout the Civil War. From his vantage point among the inner circle of Lee's con‐ fidants, Taylor handled most, if not all, of the gen‐.

Walter Herron Taylor was born in Norfolk inthe son of Walter Herron Taylor and Cornelia Wickham Cowdery Taylor. He attended Norfolk Academy before entering the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington in After two years of study there, Taylor returned to Norfolk when his father died during a yellow fever epidemic.

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Lee, in the War Between the States, Etc. - War College Series (Paperback) by Walter Herron Taylor Paperback, Published by War College Series, United States ISBNISBN:   I would imagine that most serious readers of Civil War books are familiar with Walter Herron Taylor’s () Four Years with General Lee, which is a cornerstone book of Army of Northern Virginia literature.A graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, Walter H.

Taylor was only 23 when he joined Lee as an adjutant in For the next four years, Taylor would serve as Lee’s. Colonel Walter H. Taylor was born in Norfolk, Virginia in He enrolled at the Virginia Military Institute in and graduated in In he joined the Norfolk militia and by the beginning of the Civil War he was promoted to the headquarters of the Army of Virginia, becoming the adjunct or aide-de-camp to Confederate General Robert E.

Lee for the duration of the war. Born in and died in Norfolk, Virginia Walter Herron Taylor, IIIBurial: Elmwood Cemetery, Norfolk, Norfolk. Lee's Adjutant: The Wartime Letters of Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, R Lockwood Tower: Books. Lee's Adjutant: The Wartime Letters of Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, Edited by R.

LOCKWOOD TOWER with JOHN S. BELMONT. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, xv, pp. $ MEMOIRS, personal reminiscences, diaries, and published correspondence have long been a staple of Civil War : Mary A. DeCredico.

Genealogy profile for Lt. Col. Walter Herron Taylor, Jr. (CSA) Walter Herron Taylor (J – March 1, ) was an American banker, lawyer, soldier, politician, author, and railroad executive from Norfolk, Virginia.

they hoped he would tell the "rest of the story." Col. Taylor wrote another book, published inRobert E.Book Description University of South Carolina Press 3/1/, Hardback or Cased Book. Condition: New. Lee's Adjutant: The Wartime Letters of Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, Book.

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