Stonewall Jackson: the man, the soldier, the legend

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Macmillan, Mar 1, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 950 pages
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An in-depth portrait of Confederate General "Stonewall" Jackson traces his life from his humble beginnings, through his military career, to his untimely death in 1863, discussing his military campaigns and strategies, religious beliefs, personal eccentricities, and more.

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Review: Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the Legend

User Review  - Bob Lakeman - Goodreads

Where is Lee's right hand man.....either asleep or missing in action. Jackson was a resolute man, yet full of contradictions. Religious to a fault, who saw God's hand in every battle, yet he took up arms time after time on the Lord's day, despite his conviction to keep the Sabbath holy. Read full review

Review: Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the Legend

User Review  - John Kelley - Goodreads

After reading James I Robertson's biography of Stonewall Jackson, I am convinced that his death created such a hole in the command structure of the Army of Northern Virginia, there was no longer a ... Read full review


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Robertson is a Professor of History at Virginia Tech.

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