Denning McTague, who runs a website that sells rare books, stole a treasure trove of priceless documents, including the War Department's announcement of President Lincoln's death, a letter from Civil War-era cavalryman James Ewell Brown Stuart, and telegrams about troops' weaponry.
What does JEB stand for?
JEB stands for James Ewell Brown (Stuart, Confederate general)
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We have 16 other meanings of JEB in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Economics AIDS and Poverty Programme (South Africa)
- Joint Embedded All-Purpose Simulator
- Japan Education and Resource Network
- Japan Association of Environment Assessment
- Japan Educational Administration Society
- Java Embedded Application Server
- Journal of East Asian Studies
- Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (peer-reviewed research)
- Journal of the European Ayurvedic Society (est. 1983; Netherlands)
- Japan and East Asia Studies Program (Kwansei Gakuin University; Japan)
- Janssen Engineering Building (University of Idaho)
- Japan Evangelistic Band (est. 1903)
- Japen Board
- Java-Enabled Browser
- John Ellis Bush
- Joint Expeditionary Base
- Journal of E-Business
- Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (Elsevier)
- Journal of Experimental Biology
- Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa Inversa
Samples in periodicals archive:
How and why Lee's cavalry commander, James Ewell Brown Stuart, comes to be out of communications with his army commander during seven crucial days of the Gettysburg campaign is examined, with blame apportioned equally among Lee, Stuart, and James Longstreet, the senior corps commander in the Army of Northern Virginia.
This left Major General James Ewell Brown Stuart, Lee's cavalry chief, as the ranking officer on that side of the field.