“Lexington is the most beautiful place that I remember of having ever seen when taken in connection with the surrounding country.”

Letter from Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson to his sister,
20 August 1851

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William Sartain print of Stonewall Jackson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HISTORY

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chambers, Lenoir. Stonewall Jackson. New York: 1959.

Dabney, R.L. Life and Campaigns of Thomas J. Jackson. Harrisonburg:
Sprinkle Publications, 1983.

Henderson, G.F.R. Stonewall Jackson. New York: Smithmark Press,
1994.

Jackson, Mary Anna. Life and Letters of Stonewall Jackson.
Harrisonburg: Sprinkle Publications, 1998.

Jackson, Mary Anna. Memoirs of Thomas J. Jackson. Dayton:
Morningside Press, 1993.

Krick, Robert. Conquering the Valley. New York: William Morrow &
Co., 1996.

Robertson, James I. Stonewall Jackson: The Man, the Soldier, the
Legend
. Atlanta: MacMillan Publications, 1997.

Sears, Stephen. Chancellorsville. New York: Houghton Mifflin,
1996.

Tanner, Robert G. Stonewall in the Valley. Mechanicsburg: Stackpole
Books, 1996.

Vandiver, Frank E. Mighty Stonewall. College Station: Texas A&M
University Press, 1995.

GENEALOGY

Jackson, Nancy Ann. Colonel Edward Jackson 1759-1828 Revolutioary
Soldier: History and Genealogy of the Son of Immigrants John and
Elizabeth Cummins Jackson, His Wives and Families of Mary Haddan
and Elizabeth W. Brake Grandparents of General Stonewall Jackson.

Franklin: Genealogy Publishing Co., 1995.

Image Detail of Composite Print of Jackson Family by William Sartain,
1866.