Robertson, James I., Jr.
ROBERTSON, James I., Jr.
ROBERTSON, James I., Jr. American, b. 1930. Genres: History, Bibliography. Career: Alumni Distinguished Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. Ed., Civil War History, 1959-61; Executive Director, U.S. Civil War Centennial Commission, 1961-65; Associate Professor, University of Montana, Missoula, 1965-67. Publications: Virginia 1861-1865, 1961; The Stonewall Brigade, 1963; The Civil War, 1963; The Concise Illustrated History of the Civil War, 1971; The 4th Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., 1982; Civil War Sites in Virginia, 1982; The 18th Virginia Infantry, C.S.A., 1984; General A.P. Hill, 1987; Soldiers Blue and Gray, 1988; Civil War Virginia: Battleground for a Nation, 1991; Civil War! America Becomes One Nation, 1992; The Civil War's Common Soldier, 1994; Jackson & Lee: Legends in Gray, 1995; Stonewall Jackson: The Man, The Soldier, The Legend, 1997; Standing Like a Stone Wall, 2001. EDITOR: A Confederate Girl's Diary, 1960; From Manassas to Appomattox, 1960; Four Years with General Lee, 1962; The Diary of Dolly Lunt Burge, 1962; One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry, 1964; The Civil War Letters of General Robert McAllister, 1965; Civil War Books: A Critical Bibliography, 2 vols., 1967-69; Four Years in the Stonewall Brigade, 1971. Address: Dept. of History, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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