Author:Jubal Anderson Early
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|Southern Historical Society in the 1870s established the Lost Cause point of view as a long-lasting literary and cultural phenomenon.Jubal Anderson Early was a lawyer and Confederate general in the American Civil War. The articles written by him for the|
- A Memoir of the Last Year of the War for Independence in the Confederate States of America (1866)
- “Comments of General J. A. Early,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 1, April 1876, regarding the treatment of prisoners
- “Strength of Lee's Army in the Seven Days Battles—Marshall, Johnston and Early,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 1, June 1876
- “Relative Strength of the Armies of Lee and Grant,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 2, July 1876
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