10 edition of Wade Hampton III found in the catalog.
April 30, 2007
by University of South Carolina Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||341|
Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer by Rod Andrew, Jr. published by University of North Carolina Press () Hardcover $ Paperback $ Kindle $ When I was first studying the Civil War as a young student, Wade Hampton was a respected cavalry commander serving in. Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman History Award, Gentleman and Soldier is the first biography in more than fifty years of Wade Hampton III (), a Confederate general whose life provides a unique, sweeping insight into the entire history of the Civil War in the South. Hampton was a leading citizen of South Carolina before the war and the highest-ranking cavalry leader on either 3/5(1).
His son, Wade Hampton III, was a prominent Confederate cavalry general in the American Civil War, and a postbellum Governor of South Carolina. His summer retreat, High Hampton, is on the National Register of Historic Places, as is his mansion in Columbia, South Carolina, the Hampton-Preston House, the ruins of his plantation house Millwoods. Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman History Award, Gentleman and Soldier is the first biography in more than fifty years of Wade Hampton III (–), a Confederate general whose life provides a unique, sweeping insight into the entire history of the Civil War in the South. Hampton was a leading citizen of South Carolina before the war and the highest-ranking cavalry leader on either 4/5(18).
In Gentleman and Soldier, prolific Civil War historian Edward G. Longacre focuses on Confederate General Wade Hampton III’s military career but also introduces his and his prominent Southern family’s past.. Hampton was one of the richest men in the South before the Civil War. He and his family owned several plantations and manors in South Carolina and Mississippi, making Hampton wealthy. Wade Hampton family papers, Correspondence, property titles, notes, memorials, and photographs. Includes letters from Hampton to his sister, Mary Fisher Hampton, relating to his Civil War experiences and later letters to his son, Alfred Hampton, concerning Contributor: Hampton, Wade.
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"Wade Hampton III is one of the most important, complex, and―in some ways―tragic figures of the nineteenth-century South. In this carefully researched and expertly crafted account, Robert K. Ackerman covers his subject's ambitious military and political careers and gives us Hampton not as an icon but as a dynamic and flawed human being at the center of a world being torn : Robert K.
Ackerman. In the preface, the author notes that although Hampton's life story is inherently interesting, book writers have neglected Confederate General Wade Hampton III.
The author addresses this problem writing a biography that concentrates on Hampton's Civil War activities telling the story of a remarkable and fascinating general/5(9).
"Gentleman and Soldier" is the first biography in more than 50 years of Wade Hampton III, a Confederate general whose remarkable life provides a unique sweeping insight 4/5. Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman History Award, Gentleman and Soldier is the first biography in more Wade Hampton III book fifty years of Wade Hampton III (–), a Confederate general whose life provides a unique, sweeping insight into the entire history of the Civil War in the South.
Hampton was a leading citizen of South Carolina before the war and the highest-ranking cavalry leader on either. Wade Hampton II (Ap – Febru ) was an American politician, plantation owner, and soldier in the War of He was a member of the Hampton family, whose influence was strong in South Carolina politics and social circles for nearly years.
Wade Hampton: Early Life and Political Career Wade Hampton III was born in Charleston, South Carolina, on Mainto one of the most influential families in the South.
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Ackerman's biography explores the remarkable abilities and tragic failings of the planter-statesman who. Born in 21 Apr and died in 10 Feb Columbia, South Carolina Wade Hampton, IIBurial: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery.
"Wade Hampton III is one of the most important, complex, and-in some ways-tragic figures of the nineteenth-century South. In this carefully researched and expertly crafted account, Robert K.
Ackerman covers his subject's ambitious military and political careers and gives us Hampton not as an icon but as a dynamic and flawed human being at the Pages: Wade Hampton was born in Charleston, South Carolina, on Ma He grew up in a wealthy family, receiving private instruction and was known in his youth for being an avid bear hunter, killing as many as 80 bears.
In he graduated from South Carolina College and was trained for the law, although he never practiced. Hampton's father died in and the son inherited a vast fortune. Wade Hampton. AKA Wade Hampton III. Governor of South Carolina, Birthplace: Charleston, SC Location of death: Columbia, SC Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Tri.
Military service: Confederate Army (cavalry, US Civil War) Confederate cavalry leader, born on the 28th of March at Columbia, South Carolina, the son of Wade Hampton II Born: Wade Hampton, Confederate war hero during the American Civil War who restored Southern white rule to South Carolina following Radical Reconstruction.
Born into an aristocratic plantation family, Hampton graduated from South Carolina College in and studied law. He never practiced, however.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Wade Hampton, III (28 Mar –11 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave.
Wade Hampton. - W ade Hampton III was born in Charleston SC on Maon Hasel Street, the eldest son of a wealthy and prominent cotton plantation owner.
Raised in the aristocratic class, Hampton's family was one of the richest in the pre-war South. His privileged childhood years would be spent on the lavish family estates of "Millwood" and "Cashier's Valley.".
His new biography of Hampton, published by Hampton’s alma mater, the University of South Carolina Press, earlier this year, is titled simply Wade Hampton, III. This book has the advantage of having been written by a trained, seasoned academic historian, and it reads well.
The Bloody South Carolina Election of Wade Hampton III, the Red Shirt Campaign for Governor and the End of Reconstruction Jerry L. West McFarland, - Political Science.
YouTube video -- My Bear Hunt with General Wade Hampton. Over the last 35 years I've collected a lot of articles about hunting and fishing in the Mississippi River Deep South as well as in Texas. I'm going to start reading them for youtube videos -- I was going to wait until I had several before I uploaded any but I decided to go ahead and put.
The Hampton home Millwood was the center of South Carolina society and influence. If Hampton II represented the flood tide of the planter ethos, his son, Wade Hampton III, represented the ebb tide.
 Wade Hampton III was born in and grew to maturity at Millwood, inheriting the wealth and prestige of a great planter family.
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Ackermans biography explores the remarkable abilities and tragic Free shipping over $Wade Hampton III () was a Confederate general, South Carolina governor, and U.S.
senator. In the s he dominated politics in his native state. Wade Hampton III was descended from a prominent South Carolina family. Born on Main Charleston, he graduated from South Carolina College.
He took up law studies briefly but abandoned.Wade Hampton III was one of the richest plantation owners in the South. He served as a general for the Confederacy during the United States Civil War and was engaged in battles, including Bull Run, Gettysburg, and Bentonville, from the beginning until the very end of the war.
Hampton became the leader of Robert E. Lee’s cavalry forces, and he was sent southward at the end of the war to stop.