Sketches from the Shenandoah: The Wounding of Stephen Ramseur

Wounding of RamseurDuring the fighting at Cedar Creek, the Confederate Army of the Valley lost one of their ablest division commanders in Major General Stephen Dodson Ramseur. Although he did not witness the mortal wounding himself, James Taylor captured the event in his sketchbook.

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One Response to Sketches from the Shenandoah: The Wounding of Stephen Ramseur

  1. Dale Fishel says:

    …and later that day his ambulance was sent into Yankee lines where in his last hours – and in great pain – he was visited by his friend George Custer.

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