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.

Lieutenant General Thomas 'Stonewall' JacksonGeneral Robert E. Lee (left) was an abolitionist and commander-in-chief of the Army of Northern Virginia; Lieutenant General Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson (right

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. A man of morals and honor.he was torn about the Civil War but stayed true to his home state Virginia.

A man of impeccable character, Lee became one of the most respected men in America - even in defeat. The Sower Series Biographies offer children a chance to experience the Christ-inspired pathways fol

Robert E. Lee: Gallant Christian Soldier

A man of impeccable character, Lee became one of the most respected men in America - even in defeat. The Sower Series Biographies offer children a chance to experience the Christ-inspired pathways fol

General Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821 –1877)  Striking photograph of the Confederate cavalry leader.  Thank you for all the comments about the KKK, but that doesn't take away from his accomplishments as a leader in the Civil War.

General Nathan Bedford Forrest Striking photograph of the Confederate cavalry leader. Thank you for all the comments about the KKK, but that doesn't take away from his accomplishments as a military tactician and leader in the Civil War.

Even though the fight may be over, the scars can last forever. On September 19, 1863 in the Brock Field at Chickamauga, Jacob Miller of the 9th Indiana Infantry was shot in the face, but survived. 150 years ago, the Civil War was ending, but for men like Jacob Miller, a new fight was just beginning.

American Civil War Veteran Jacob Miller was shot in the forehead on Sept 1863 at Brock Field at Chickamauga. He lived with an open bullet for many years, with the last pieces of lead dropping out 31 years after he was shot. This picture was taken in

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

American Civil War, Federal, Civil Wars, Soldiers, Plate, Dishes, Plates, Dish

The Most Southern Man In The World.

Edmund Ruffin, ardent supporter of states rights, proponent of Secession and fierce Yankee hater. Ruffins credited with firing the first cannon shot of the Civil War at Ft. Sumter in the early morning hours of April began the Civil War

Fort Sumter in Charleston SC harbor after its capture.  Damage is showing damage from the Rebel bombardment of over 3000 shells.  The Rebel "Stars and Bars" is flying.  - April 14, 1861. www.historyplace.com

Fort Sumter South Carolina in April under the Confederate flag. The first shots of the Civil War rang out here on April 1861 as Confederate batteries opened fire, bombarding the Union fort for 34 hrs. On April Union forces surrendered.

Stonewall Jackson's raincoat at the Virginia Military Institute Museum, Lexington VA. With this one shot American died, for without Jackson the South, and America, was lost.

Stonewall Jackson's raincoat at the Virginia Military Institute Museum, Lexington VA. With this one shot American died, for without Jackson the South, and America, was lost.

Wife of Confederate General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson  Mary Anna Morrison was born on July 21, 1831, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Cottage Home, the plantation home of Reverend Robert Hall Morrison and Mary Graham Morrison. Her father was the first President of Davidson College in Charlotte. Friends and family called her Anna.

Wife of Confederate General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson Mary Anna Morrison was born on July in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Cottage Home, the plantation home of Reverend Robert Hall Morrison and Mary Graham Morrison.

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