They Called Him Stonewall: A Life of Lt. General T.J. Jackson, C.S.A.
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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Taylor thought he might have been praying as he laid plans to overtake the
shattered wing of the army of Banks, and to fall upon that commander himself.
When he was interrupted, the news was good. Ashby, ranging far up toward
Many thought Stonewall would be called from them to take over direction of all
the Southern armies. Others thought General Beauregard was the man. Ewell
had another idea. "No, sir," he shrieked. "I don't know who they'll pick — but I ...
He thought that the garrison of Richmond ought to now bear the brunt of the
fighting." There was camp gossip, dating from this afternoon, that Jackson had
expressed himself in this vein, saying that he did not intend that his men should
do all ...
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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
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A good historical biography of Stonewall Jackson who was considered by many to be Lee's best general. Read full review
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They Called Him Stonewall: A Life of Lieutenant General T. J. Jackson, CSA
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