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Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1824-1863) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War and one of the best-known Confederate commanders. Confederate pickets accidentally shot him at the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863. The general survived with the loss of an arm to amputation, but died of complications from pneumonia eight days later. His death was a severe setback for the Confederacy, affecting not only its military prospects, but also the morale of its army.

Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1824-1863) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War and one of the best-known Confederate commanders. Confederate pickets accidentally shot him at the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863. The general survived with the loss of an arm to amputation, but died of complications from pneumonia eight days later. His death was a severe setback for the Confederacy, affecting not only its military prospects, but also the morale of its army.

1/6 PLATE TINTED TINTYPE - CIVIL WAR SOLDIER - AWESOME PATRIOTIC MAT & FULL CASE

1/6 plate tinted tintype - civil war soldier - awesome patriotic mat & full case

Click Here: Confederate veterans served too. We forget that too often! CivilWar History

Click Here: Confederate veterans served too. We forget that too often! CivilWar History

The last known pictures of Robert E. Lee, taken post-Civil War. [200x305] - Imgur

The last known pictures of Robert E. Lee, taken post-Civil War. [200x305]

The last known pictures of Robert E. Lee, taken post-Civil War. [200x305] - Imgur

The Most Southern Man In The World.

The Most Southern Man In The World.

Ulysses S. Grant  (1822-1885)  18th President

Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) 18th President

Lt. General Edmund Kirby-Smith

Lt. General Edmund Kirby-Smith

President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt (1904)

President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt (1904)

April 9, 1865: The Surrender at Appomattox Court House, a small village that served as a way-station for travelers, in the 1848 brick home of Wilmer McLean, who had lived near Manassas during the First Battle of Bull Run, and had retired to Appomattox to escape the war. Roughly 175,000 Confederates remained in the field. Gen.  Johnston surrendered to Maj. Gen. Sherman in Durham, NC on April 26.

April 9, 1865: The Surrender at Appomattox Court House, a small village that served as a way-station for travelers, in the 1848 brick home of Wilmer McLean, who had lived near Manassas during the First Battle of Bull Run, and had retired to Appomattox to escape the war. Roughly 175,000 Confederates remained in the field. Gen. Johnston surrendered to Maj. Gen. Sherman in Durham, NC on April 26.

General William Dorsey Pender   Battle of Chancellorsville  A rising star among the Confederate army, the loss of Pender at Gettysburg would later be mourned by Lee, by whom he was considered one of his "best men."

General William Dorsey Pender Battle of Chancellorsville A rising star among the Confederate army, the loss of Pender at Gettysburg would later be mourned by Lee, by whom he was considered one of his "best men."

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