Stonewall Jackson: portrait of a soldier

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Morrow, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 367 pages
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Applying a novelist's shaping hand to history, Bowers gives a dramatic closeup of one of the most important generals of the South--his childhood as a poor orphan shuttled among strict relatives, his two marriages, and the driving ambition he fought to control throughout his life.

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Stonewall Jackson was a fascinating man. Also sheds some light on the culture & thinking of the times. Jackson didn't believe in slavery, and did not agree with secession, but when war came he became ... Read full review


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