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The life of General "Stonewall" Jackson
Stonewall Jackson served on the VMI Faculty as Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy & Instructor of Artillery from August 1851 until the beginning of the Civil War in April 1861. Thomas Stonewall Jackson was one of the strangest generals in the service of the Military. He was a religious, yet loved to battle. In spite of his religious convictions, most of his battles were fought on Sunday. He was highly disciplined, yet could ignore a direct order if he disagreed -- and get away with it. He was Robert E. Lees most trusted lieutenant, yet he felt himself obliged to none…
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