Character of Stonewall Jackson.

by John W. Daniel

Publisher: Schaffter & Bryant, Printers in Lynchburg

Written in English
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StatementBy John Warwick Daniel.
LC ClassificationsE467.1.J15 D2
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6925058M
LC Control Number03005845

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"Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy" were the words that drove Stonewall Jackson, one of the most famous generals in the Civil War's Confederate Army. S.C. Gwynne's new book, Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson, tells Jackson's story in an engaging narrative with a pace that never flags.

Born to parents who died early, Jackson and. Stonewall Jackson wasn’t killed by a Union bullet. Init was his own men that accidentally shot him during one of the major battles of the Civil War at Chancellorsville. Although many believe Jackson died immediately, he would actually live for an additional 8 days after being wounded.

It wasn’t even the gunshot wound that ended up. Former CIA Director Allen Dulles once said, 'truth has a hard time once legends are established to appease our thirst for heroes.' Don Davis has captured the truth about General Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson. In this book, readers will find precious lessons in strategy, tactics, character and honor -- traits and skill sets that never disappear.”.

Stonewall Jackson's Book of Maxims is inspiring to say the least. Thomas Jackson grew up an orphan in the mountains of West Virginia, had less than a fourth-grade education when he entered West Point and ended up being a General in the Army.

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Stonewall Jackson: A Life Portrait by K. Life and campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, (Stonewall Jackson) A digital reproduction made from a copy held by the University of Michigan is available from the University of Michigan's Making of America Web site. Contributor: Dabney, Robert Lewis Date: Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's popularity ranking on CharacTour is # out of 5,+ characters.

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The book is introduced through a speech by Reverend Lilburn L. Downing who dedicated a stained glass window in a church to General Stonewall Jackson. The window is engraved with Jackson’s last words, “Let us cross over the window and rest under the shade of the trees.”.

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All recommended materials have been reviewed and approved by biblically qualified church leaders. In this excellent work of biographical fiction, Dwyer relates the story of Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson as a novel. The page work delves into Jackson’s life, of which his Civil War fame is but a minor part.

Indeed, the war doesn’t even start until page   He called her "my beloved esposa" because Anna was his dearest love on this earth. Ironically, while the great military exploits of General Stonewall Jackson are studied in military schools the world over and his iron will and stern self-discipline have become legendary, little is said about his remarkable marriage.

The real Thomas J. Jackson was a humble Christian and loving husband and. The collection also includes limited incoming correspondence; the related papers of Mary Anna Morrison Jackson, his second wife, and of his sister Laura Arnold and her family. Finding Aid. A detailed guide to the Jackson Papers is located in our online catalog.

Related Material - Photographs. See our online exhibit of Stonewall Jackson images. The reader may well ask whether or not the individual has a similar desire comparable to Jackson’s to work toward improving, by God’s grace, one’s own character.

Photographs of pages from Jackson’s Book of Maxims as well as photographs of Jackson and his first and second wives enhance the book. Life and Letters of General Thomas J.

Jackson (Stonewall Jackson) American Civil War, letters and diaries Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson, Mary Anna Jackson North American women's letters and diaries: Author: Mary Anna Jackson: Publisher: Harper & Brothers, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Jackson’s forces marched about miles in just 3 months, earning the nickname “foot cavalry.” Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign is an account of Jackson’s amazing campaign from Dabney’s biography of Jackson.

The biography is invaluable not just as a contemporary source but as a study of Lost Cause ideology, coming. Former CIA Director Allen Dulles once said, 'truth has a hard time once legends are established to appease our thirst for heroes.' Don Davis has captured the truth about General Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson.

In this book, readers will find precious lessons in strategy, tactics, character and honor — traits and skill sets that never disappear.”. Description. Jackson’s personal book of maxims was recently discovered in a historical archive. The sage group of writings, thought lost forever, has been published again with added commentary on Jackson’s life and character.

Gwynne, in his book writes that after Jackson's death - "There were signs everywhere of the immense respect people of the North had for Jackson's bravery and skill as a soldier.

"I rejoice at Stonewall Jackson's death as a gain for our cause," wrote Union brigadier general Gouverneur K. Warren, "and yet in my soldier's heart I cannot but see.

In this vivid and fearfully persuasive book, Charles Royster looks at William Tecumseh Sherman and Stonewall Jackson, the men who came to embody the apocalyptic passions of North and South, and re-creates their characters, their strategies, and the feelings they inspired in their countrymen.

In this article published in the New York Times on OctoMary Anna Jackson, widow of the Confederate general Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, attacks the novel The Long Roll by Mary contends it is not fair to her husband's legacy.

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