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Thomas Jonathan Jackson

Thomas Jonathan Jackson

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  2. Union forces capped weeks of stealthy underground excavation by exploding an underground mine beneath Confederate defenses near Petersburg, Virginia, on July 30, 1864. FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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Confederate monument to soldiers of the confederacy was erected in Forsyth Park 1879 Savannah, Georgia, USA

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  1. About one hundred spectators gathered Sunday in a roadside field at what is believed to be a grave containing the bodies of eight or nine Confederate and Union soldiers, killed ... FULL ARTICLE AT Columbia Missourian

  2. The man accused of refusing to leave an Airbnb rental in California may also be behind a Kickstarter campaign that is going off the rails Maksym Pashanin, identified by local ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mashable

  3. Once upon a time, Democrats were the party of slavery, states' rights, secession and nullification. After the Civil War and Reconstruction, the solid Democratic South sought the "Redemption" of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Kos

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  1. Kim Sessums and his son Jake Sessums work in a room of giants. Three eight-foot Confederate soldiers tower over the men as they form and shape clay around the giant ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Sun Herald

  2. Volunteer keeps grounds of Civil War cemetery

    CABOT — Tucked away from the main road near a playground and a few houses, a quiet spot of land marks the memory of soldiers who died long ago in a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online

  3. During the spring and summer of 1864, two Confederate towns were the prize of the Union war effort. With Richmond and Petersburg, Va., in a prolonged siege, Atlanta became the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Sun Herald

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Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson as (January 21, 1824 – May 10, 1863) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War, and probably the most well-known Confederate commander after General Robert E. Lee. His military career includes the Valley Campaign of 1862 and his service as a corps commander in the Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee. Confederate pickets accidentally shot... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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