They Called Him Stonewall: A Life of Lt. General T.J. Jackson, C.S.A.

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Fairfax Press, 1954 - Biography & Autobiography - 470 pages
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A Life of Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, C.S.A.
Dramatic account of the life and times of "Stonewall" Jackson, brilliant military strategist of the Confederacy. Engaging style and thorough research make this indispensable for the casual reader as well as the serious student of the Civil War. Photos and maps.

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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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User Review  - Phyrman21 - Goodreads

I loved this book. I love reading about Stonewall. What a great man he was. Great leader. Nevermind what side he fought for, he was a great man. The author does not hide the religious beliefs of ... Read full review

Contents

Take Heart Mr Lincoln
371
a brief elegance
383
chancellorsville
402
Copyright

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BURKE DAVIS is a historian and noted author associated with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. He has written more than thirty books, many about the colonial period in American history. He lives in southwestern Virginia.

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