Jackson was fond of all fruits, particularly peaches, "but he enjoyed with relish lemons, oranges, watermelons, apples, grapes, berries, or whatever was available. Jackson's religion has often been discussed. His biographer, Robert Lewis Dabneysuggested that "It was the fear of God which made him so fearless of all else. Stephen W.
Sears states that "Jackson was fanatical in his Presbyterian faith, and it energized his military thought and character. Theology was the only subject he genuinely enjoyed discussing. His dispatches invariably credited an ever-kind Providence. It warped Jackson's judgment of men, leading to poor appointments; it was said he preferred good Presbyterians to good soldiers.
Jackson encouraged the Confederate States Army revival that occurred in although it was probably more of a grass-roots movement than a top-down revival. James I. In command, Jackson was extremely secretive about his plans and extremely meticulous about military discipline. This secretive nature did not stand him in good stead with his subordinates, who were often not aware of his Pistol Packin Mama - Various - 40 Golden Country Hits operational intentions until the last minute, and who complained of being left out of key decisions.
Robert E. Lee could trust Jackson with deliberately undetailed orders that conveyed Lee's overall objectives, what modern doctrine calls the "end state".
This was because Jackson had a talent for understanding Lee's sometimes unstated goals, and Lee trusted Jackson with the ability to take whatever actions were necessary to implement his end state requirements. Few of Lee's subsequent corps commanders had this ability. At Gettysburg, this resulted in lost opportunities. With a defeated and disorganized Union Army trying to regroup on high ground near town and vulnerable, Lee sent one of his In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attack corps commanders, Richard S.
Ewelldiscretionary orders that the heights Cemetery Hill and Culp's Hill be taken "if practicable. Jackson had a poor reputation as a horseman. One of his soldiers, Georgia volunteer William Andrews, wrote that Jackson was "a very ordinary looking man of medium size, his uniform badly soiled as though it had seen hard service. He wore a cap pulled down nearly to his nose and was riding a rawboned horse that did not look much like a charger, unless it would be on hay or clover.
He certainly made a poor figure on a horseback, with his stirrup leather six inches too short, putting his knees nearly level with his horse's back, and his heels turned out with his toes sticking behind his horse's foreshoulder.
A sorry description of our most famous general, but a correct one. His mounted hide is on display in the VMI Museum. Jackson was greatly admired and respected throughout the South, and his death had a profound effect there on civilians and soldiers alike.
Mary Anna Jackson wrote  two books about her husband's life, including some of his letters. She never remarried, and was known as the "Widow of the Confederacy", living until His daughter Julia married, and bore children, but she died of typhoid fever at the age of 26 years.
Ranson of Staunton, Virginiaalso remembered the tragic life of Jackson's mother. Years after the war, he went to the tiny mountain hamlet of Ansted in Fayette County, West Virginiaand had a marble marker placed over the unmarked grave of Julia Neale Jackson in Westlake Cemetery, to make sure that the site was not lost.
Many theorists through the years have postulated that if Jackson had lived, Lee might have prevailed at Gettysburg. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, whom he assumed were God and Jesus. Eisenhower "I will be your Jackson. Eichelberger his Stonewall Jackson. Jackson has been commemorated in numerous ways, including through statues, currency, and postage. A poem penned during the war soon became a very popular song, " Stonewall Jackson's Way ". The Stonewall Brigade Antonov - David Arnold - Die Another Day - Music From The Motion Picture is still active today.
Nearby, at Stonewall Jackson's historical childhood home, his uncle's grist mill is the centerpiece of a historical site In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attack the Jackson's Mill Center for Lifelong Learning and State 4-H Camp.
During a training exercise in Virginia by U. Marines inthe Marine commander, General Smedley Butler was told by a local farmer that Stonewall Jackson's arm was buried nearby under a granite marker, to which Butler replied, "Bosh!
I will take a squad of Marines and dig up that spot to prove you wrong! He later replaced the wooden box In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attack a metal one, and reburied the arm. He left a plaque on the granite monument marking the burial place of Jackson's arm; the plaque is no longer on the marker but can be viewed at the Chancellorsville Battlefield visitor's Muscle And Marrow - The Human Cry. The Commonwealth of Virginia honors Jackson's birthday on Lee—Jackson Daya state holiday observed In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attack such since It is currently observed on the Friday preceding the third Monday in January.
Jackson is featured on the Stone Mountain Memorial half dollar. Davis, Lee, and Jackson on Stone Mountain. Statue of Gen. My religious belief teaches me to feel as safe in battle as in bed. God has fixed the time for my death. I do not concern myself about that, but to be always ready, no matter when it may overtake me. That is the way all men should live, and then all would be equally brave. Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy, if possible; and when you strike and overcome him, never let up in the pursuit so long as your men have strength to follow; for an army routed, if hotly pursued, becomes panic-stricken, and can then be destroyed by half their number.
The other rule is, never fight against heavy odds, if by any possible maneuvering you can hurl your own force on only a part, and that the weakest part, of your enemy and crush it. Such tactics will win every time, and a small army may thus destroy a large one in detail, and repeated victory will make it invincible.
The only true rule for cavalry is to follow the enemy as long as he retreats. To move In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attackstrike vigorously, and secure all the fruits of victory, is the secret of successful war.
War means fighting. The business of the soldier is to fight. Armies are not called out to dig trenches, to live in camps, but to find the enemy and strike him; to invade his country, and do him all possible damage in the shortest possible time. This will involve great Lovesick - Various - The Best Of Acid Jazz Volume III of life and property while it lasts; but such a war will The Grosvenor Studio Orchestra - Holiday On The Road necessity be of brief continuance, and so would be an economy of life and property in the end.
Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Confederate general. For other uses, see Stonewall Jackson disambiguation. Lieutenant General. Elinor Jackson until ; her death Mary Anna Jackson until ; his death.
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Lee himself, Thomas J. Jackson is the most revered of all Confederate commanders. Talbot, Vivian Linford David E. Virginia Military Institute. Retrieved September 4, Retrieved September 12, Robertson refers to multiple bachelor uncles in residence at the mill, but does not name them.
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Retrieved August 8, New York: Scribner, He left the Army on March 21,but stayed on the rolls, officially on furlough, for nine months. His resignation took effect formally on February 2,and he joined the VMI faculty in August Virginia Military Institute Archives.
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Retrieved December 5, Archived from the original on September 14, Retrieved December 17, Afterthe presidents resided in the neighboring brick house, known as the Lee-Jackson House. While Presbyterian minister George Junkin was president, the appendage on the right side of the Lee-Jackson house was from the residence of Junkin's daughter and her husband, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
After Jackson's wife died the next year, Jackson remained in the house for another three years. Lee, president of the college from Toen Onze Mop Een Mopje Was - Het AVRO Kinderkoor* o.l.v.
Herman Broekhuizen - Zingen Is Een Feest 2resided in the brick house until McPherson, p. There are additional controversies about what Bee said and whether he said anything at all. See Freeman, Lee's Lieutenantsvol. Leevol. This is in part to being unfamiliar with the area and to following orders which stated he was to wait until he had communicated with the others before starting a battle. Stonewall In Your Arms I Bleed - Won James Won - Theorist Attack and the American Civil War.
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