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Robert Edward Lee

No other general in American history was quite like him. Technically, he was a traitor for taking up arms against the Government of The United States, but no one could question his loyalty to his homestate of Virginia.


Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

The South's second favorite son. He was the only other Confederate General to show promise in independent command besides Lee. His Shenadoah Valley Campaign in the Spring of 1862 was a masterpiece. Who knows how good he would have become if he had survived.


James Ewell Brown (JEB) Stuart

He was Lee's commanding cavalry officer and personally one of his best friends. JEB rarely brought Lee a false piece of intelligence and dominated the Union cavalry for the first two years of the war.


Jubal Early

He played a very important role in Lee's stunning victory at Chancellorsville. Jubal later went on to become a corps commander and after the war was noted for his criticism of Longstreet at Gettysburg.


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