Books by Paul D. Casdorph

LEE AND JACKSON by Paul D. Casdorph
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 29, 1992

"Lee and Jackson. (Illustrations, maps—not seen.)"
In an engrossing but largely unpersuasive dual biography, Casdorph (History/Virginia State) argues that the ``close connection between Lee and Jackson started long before their glory days upon the fields of northern Virginia''; that ``it was an association, however sporadic, that enabled each man to test the other's mettle''; and that this ``interconnectiveness'' led the two soldiers to their military triumphs. Read full book review >