Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer

Wade Hampton Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer One of the South s most illustrious military leaders Wade Hampton III was for a time the commander of all Lee s cavalry and at the end of the war was the highest ranking Confederate cavalry officer Y

  • Title: Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer
  • Author: Rod Andrew Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780807831939
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of the South s most illustrious military leaders, Wade Hampton III was for a time the commander of all Lee s cavalry and at the end of the war was the highest ranking Confederate cavalry officer Yet for all Hampton s military victories, he also suffered devastating losses in his family and personal life Rod Andrew s critical biography sheds light on his central roleOne of the South s most illustrious military leaders, Wade Hampton III was for a time the commander of all Lee s cavalry and at the end of the war was the highest ranking Confederate cavalry officer Yet for all Hampton s military victories, he also suffered devastating losses in his family and personal life Rod Andrew s critical biography sheds light on his central role during Reconstruction as a conservative white leader, governor, U.S senator, and Redeemer his heroic image in the minds of white southerners and his positions and apparent contradictions on race and the role of African Americans in the New South Andrew also shows that Hampton s tragic past explains how he emerged in his own day as a larger than life symbol of national reconciliation as well as southern defiance.

    Wade Hampton III Wade Hampton III March , April , was a Confederate States of America military officer during the American Civil War and politician from South Carolina.He came from a wealthy planter family, and shortly before the war he was one of the largest slaveholders in the Southeast as well as a Wade Hampton Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer One of the South s most illustrious military leaders, Wade Hampton III was for a time the commander of all Lee s cavalry and at the end of the war was the highest ranking Confederate cavalry officer. Wade Hampton Confederate Warrior, Conservative Statesman Wade Hampton Confederate Warrior, Conservative Statesman Walter Brian Cisco on FREE shipping on qualifying offers On the eve of the American Civil War, Wade Hampton, one of the wealthiest men in the South and indeed the United States Wade Hampton I Wade Hampton February , was a South Carolina soldier, politician, two term U.S Congressman, and may have been the wealthiest planter and one of the largest slave holders in the U.S at the time of his death. Pontoon Wade Hampton Camp Civil War Pontoon Bridges by Robert Niepert Throughout time the common river, whether large or small, has been an obstacle to mankind Humans and even some animals primates and insects ants have solved this problem by constructing all types of bridges. CONFEDERATE AMERICAN PRIDE Homepage ABOUT THIS WEBSITE Confederate American Pride website has been created for that unique class of people, native to the Southeastern states, who define themselves as being, firstly, Confederates and, secondly, as Americans, and who are proud of bearing those distinctions. Geconfedereerde Staten van Amerika De Geconfedereerde Staten van Amerika Engels Confederate States of America, CSA , vaak kortweg de Confederatie Engels Confederacy genoemd, waren een bondsstaat ook al was het volgens de naam een statenbond bestaande uit zuidelijke staten die zich van de Verenigde Staten van Amerika hadden afgescheiden.De Confederatie bestond van tot .De afscheiding leidde tot de Amerikaanse

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    1. One of the wealthiest plantation owners in late antebellum South Carolina, one of the Confederacy's most talented cavalry officers and most accomplished "political generals," and a major leader of the Democratic "Redeemer" movement that ultimately defeated Northern efforts to "Reconstruct" the South, Wade Hampton III's legendary career cuts across a wide swath of Southern history. Even given his daunting historical stature, however, it is remarkable that at least four full-length biographies of [...]

    2. I’ve been doing research on Wade Hampton, and this is by far the most useful source I’ve read so far. Rod Andrew Jr. does an excellent job of exploring Hampton’s often contradictory actions and words; he explains them in the context of the times and Hampton’s social class and succeeds in presenting a balanced, well-researched portrait of a complex man that does not gilt him with Lost Cause glorification or condemn him for not holding 21st century views in the 19th century. Anyone who rea [...]

    3. Paternalism, honor and chivalry - these are the characteristics that Rod Andrew believes directed Wade Hampton's life from beginning to end. Paternalism, the need to care for those less fortunate or less equal, drove his racism, his endorsement of slavery. Honor drove his ethics. And chivalry drove his requirement to defend his family, his state (South Carolina) and his country (the Confederacy). Hampton was a rich plantation owner at the beginning of the Civil War, with properties in South Caro [...]

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