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The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley: Colonel John S. Mosby
Offers a biography, photos and extensive background material including external links.
Col. John Mosby and the Southern Code of Honor
Presents the leader of the Civil War's most successful guerrilla command as cultural icon and American hero, discussing the concepts of 'primal' honor, gentility, chivalry, appearance and oath-taking. Includes his biography, his reputation in the North, his actions after the war and further reading suggestions.
Documenting the American South: The Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby
Online illustrated text of the autobiography of John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916), the Grey Ghost of the Confederacy and post-war ambassador and statesman. From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Find A Grave: John Singleton Mosby
Photographs of the Colonel for the Confederacy and of his gravestone in Warrenton Cemetery, Virginia.
George S. Patton Historical Society Library: Memoirs of Colonel John S. Mosby
Online text of the memoirs of the Confederacy's Gray Ghost, published in 1917.
Mosby's Confederacy Tours
Guided tours of Civil War sites relating to John Singleton Mosby, the Gray Ghost, and his Rangers. Includes biography and background resources. Warrenton, Virginia.
Pickett Society: Col. Mosby's Claim Unsubstantiated
Discusses the alleged coldness between Generals Lee and Pickett after the war. Includes exchange of letters between Mosby and K.C. Stiles in the Times-Dispatch newspaper of Richmond, Virginia during March and April of 1911.
Smithsonian Institution: John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916)
Brief profile of the Civil War 'Gray Ghost' of the Confederacy. Includes photo of a bronze bust by Edward Virginius Valentine (1838-1930).
Womack Family News: Col. John Singleton Mosby
Biography and copies of some military reports by Capt. John S. Mosby, Virginia Cavalry, from a family's genealogy site.
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