A report for Confederate general "StoneWall" Jackson
Jackson, Stonewall (1824-1863)
considered by military authorities an outstanding leader, a skilled tactician, and one of the ablest Confederate commanders.
Jackson was born Thomas Jonathan Jackson on January 21, 1824, in Clarksburg, Virginia (now in West Virginia), and was educated at the U.S . Military Academy. Following his graduation (1846) from West Point he participated in the Mexican War until 1848. He became an instructor at the Virginia Military Institute in 1851, and the next year he resigned from the army. On the outbreak of the American Civil War in 1861, he left VMI to enter…
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