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The Confederate Image
Prints of the Lost Cause

by Mark E. Neely Jr., Harold Holzer, and Gabor S. Boritt

Softcover, 288 pages, 8-1/2" x 11", 20 color illustrations, 121 b&w illustrations,
Published Fall/Winter 2000
University of North Carolina Press

From the publisher:
First published in 1987, The Confederate Image examines the popular lithographs and engravings cherished by Southerners during and after the Civil War. These images helped sustain and revive Southern identity following the collapse of the Confederacy. (Though, ironically, most were actually crafted by Northern artisans.) The book focuses on prints of the three most prominent Southern figures of the conflict--Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, and Stonewall Jackson--but also discusses prints of other important Confederates as well as the contributions of the short-lived Southern Illustrated News.

"A well-researched and interesting sidelight into a world of illusion."--New York Times Book Review

"More than just a picture book. . . . [It] tells a fascinating story of the creation of these images and how they added to or, at times, ran counter to the creation of the myth that is known as the Lost Cause."--Chicago Tribune

About the author
Mark E. Neely Jr. is McCabe-Greer Professor of Civil War History at Pennsylvania State University. Harold Holzer is vice president for communications at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and, with Neely, author of The Union Image: Popular Prints of the Civil War North. Gabor S. Boritt is Robert C. Fluhrer Professor of Civil War Studies at Gettysburg College and director of the Civil War Institute.

Index of Illustrations
Above Is a True Picture of Stonewall Jackson And His Boyhood Home, Situated on the West Fork River, Lewis Co. W. Va.

Advertisement for the Ambrose Lee Publishing Company's photogravure of Robert E. Lee, from the Confederate Veteran, October 1917

"Anathema on him who screws and hoards"

Bail Bond of Mr. Jefferson Davis, Late President of the Confederate States With all the Original Signatures Thereto

Barbara Frietchie

Bombardment of the City of Vicksburg. On the ever memorable 28th of June 1862

The Burial of Latane

Camp Moore (Tangipaho, Lna) 1861

Capitulation & Surrender of Robt. E. Lee & His Army at Appomattox C.H., Va. to Lt. Genl. U.S. Grant

Capture of Jefferson Davis, at Irwinsville, Ga.

Cave Life in Vicksburg during the Siege

Charge of Maryland Infantry (C.S.) Gettysburg July 3rd. 1863

Charge of the First Maryland Regiment at the Death of Ashby

Charge of the VMI Cadets at New Market

The Chas-ed "Old Lady" of the C.S.A.

Confederate Camp During the Late American War From the Original Painting by C. W. Chapman, Ordnance Sergeant, 59th Virginia Regiment, Wise's Brigade

Croaker

Death of Robert E. Lee, At Lexington, Va., October 12th, 1870, Aged 62 years, 8 months, and 6 days

The Death of "Stonewall" Jackson

Decoration of the Casket of Genl. Lee At Lexington, Va. October 15th 1870

Dissolving Views of Richmond. Scene 1st
Dissolving Views of Richmond. Scene 2nd
Dissolving Views of Richmond. Scene 3rd
Dissolving Views of Richmond. Scene 4th

Fifty-Ninth Virginia Infantry - Wise's Brigade. Diascund Bridge - May 1863

Finding the Last Ditch

First Flag of Independence Raised in the South, by the Citizens of Savannah, Ga. November 8th, 1860. Dedicated to the Morning News

The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet

Gen. Beauregard, C.S.A.

Gen. James Longstreet

Gen. Lee Surrendering to Lieut. Gen. Grant

Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard

Gen. Robert E. Lee

General G. T. Beauregard [with facsimile signature]

General Joseph E. Johnston

General Lee's Last Visit to Stonewall Jackson's Grave

General Robert Edmund Lee, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Confederate States of America

General "Stonewall" Jackson. From a Photograph by Brady

General Turner Ashby

The Generals of the Confederate Army

Genl. Joseph E. Johnston

"Genl. Lee on Traveler"

Genl. (Stonewall) Jackson

Gen'l Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of Chancellorsville

Genl Stuart

Grant and Lee

Grant and Lee (Meeting Near Appomattox Courthouse, Va., April 10th 1865, the day after the surrender of Lee's Army) From the Original Picture by Lieut. Col. Otto Boetticher in the Possession of General Chas G. Halpine

Grave of Stonewall Jackson. Lexington, Virginia

Grave of Stonewall Jackson at Lexington Va. From a Sketch by a General Officer of the C.S.A. made during the War

Head of the Confederacy on a New Base

The Heroes of the South

The Hospital Rat

I am very truly yours R. E. Lee [facsimile signature]

!n Memoriam

"In Memoriam. Genl. Robt. E. Lee Funeral March"

In Memoriam. Genl. Robert E. Lee. The Pure Patriot. The Chivalrous Soldier. The Sincere Christian

J. E. Johnston [with facsimile signature]

Jeff Davis Caught At Last. Hoop Skirts & Southern Chivalry

Jeff. Davis in Prison

"Jeff in Petticoats. A Song for the Times"

Jefferson Davis

Jefferson Davis and Family

Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet with General Lee in the Council Chambers at Richmond

Jefferson Davis and His Generals

Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Generals

Jefferson Davis [facsimile signature] Compliments of Maj. J. H. Morgan, Special Agent Manhattan Life Insurance Co.

Jefferson Davis. First President of the Confederate States of America

Jefferson Davis. From the Latest Photograph Now in Possession of the Family

Jeff's Last Skedaddle

John Brown Exhibiting His Hangman

Lady Killer

The Last Act of the Drama of Secession

Last and Best Portrait of Jeff Davis. Drawn from Life by A. Sour Apple Tree

The Last Meeting of Lee and Jackson

Last Offer of Reconciliation. In Remembrance of Prest. Lincoln "The Door is Open to All"

Leaving for War

Lee and His Generals

Lee Family of Virginia and Maryland

Lee In His Study

Lee on Traveller

The Lees of Virginia. Generals C.S.A. 1861-1865

Libby Prison: Union Prisoners at Richmond Va. From Nature by Act. Major Otto Botticher

Lieut. Gen. N. B. Forrest

Lieut. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson and His Family

The Lost Cause

Major Gen. Beauregard on the Battle-Field of Bull-Run Sunday, July 21st 1861

Making Clothes for the Boys in the Army

Meeting of Generals Grant and Lee Preparatory to The Surrender of General Lee And His Entire Army to Lieut. General U. S. Grant. April 9th 1865

The Neglected Picture

Offering of Church Bells to Be Cast into Cannon

"Old Stonewall," cover for "Riding a Raid"

Our Fallen Braves

Our Fallen Heroes

Our Heroes and Our Flags

"The Palmetto State Song" cover for

Prayer in "Stonewall" Jackson's Camp

President Jefferson Davis. Arriving in the Field of Battle at Bull's Run

President Lincoln and His Cabinet. With General Grant in the Council Chamber of the Whitehouse

R. E. Lee. Genl. (facsimile signature] Sold by authority of the Lee Memorial Association for the erection of a Monument at the tomb of Genl. R. E. Lee at the Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA

The Rebel General R. E. Lee

"Riding a Raid"

Robert E. Lee

Robert E. Lee in His Study at Washington College

Robert E. Lee with two aides

Robert Edmund Lee. Commander-in-Chief of the Confederate Forces

Robert Edward Lee 1807-1870

Roberto Lee

Room in the McLean House, at Appomattox C. H., in which GEN. LEE Surrendered to GEN. GRANT

Scene in Stonewall Jackson's Camp

Slaves Concealing Their Master from a Searching Party

Starting Point of the Great War Between the States. Inauguration of Jefferson Davis

Stonewall Jackson

Stonewall Jackson and His Family

Surrender of General Lee and His Entire Army to Lieut. General Grant April 9th 1865

The Surrender of Genl. Joe Johnston Near Greensboro N. C. April 26th 1865

Surrender of Genl. Lee. at Appomattox C. H. Va. April 9th 1865

Tracks of the Armies

Very truly yrs M(ary]. [Custis] Lee [facsimile signature]

Virginia 1864

"You look at a star from two motives"

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