They call him Stonewall: the life of Lt. General T.J. Jackson

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Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1961 - Biography & Autobiography - 470 pages
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Review: They Called Him Stonewall

User Review  - George - Goodreads

While this is the definitive book on Stonewall Jackson, I found it a very difficult listen and quit listening after only about 20% as it began to sound like "Charlie Brown's teacher." A student of the ... Read full review

Review: They Called Him Stonewall

User Review  - Les Wolf - Goodreads

The penultimate biography of one of the Civil War's most famous generals. "Stonewall" was deeply revered by the Confederates and greatly feared by the Federals. Burke Davis moves back and forth in ... Read full review

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IS GIDEON QUITE sANE?
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FRONT ROYAL
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THE VICTOR RETREATS
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