New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1911. New Impression. EICHER 250: "...for years the standard biography of the Confederate commander...a sweeping narrative of Jackson's background, character, and pivotal role in the first two years of war...an abundance of intelligent writing and careful reviews of Jackson's performance on the battlefield." HOWES H-408; NEVINS II: 62. Two volumes; octavo (20.5cm.); publisher's red cloth, spines lettered in gilt; xxiii,,447; ,528pp.; portrait frontispiece (tissue guard), 33 plates including five folding maps. Spines a bit faded and corners bumped, contemporary pencil ownership signature repeated to preliminaries of both volumes, some offsetting from tipped in newsclippings, elsea Very Good, sound set.