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Colleen Penpal • 2 years ago

Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, by Matthew Brady c. 1851. National Archives. It may be an understatement to suggest that the war was not good to Stonewall, here he is in 1863. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville later that year.

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