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Stonewall Jackson
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • "Tell you, Atticus," Cousin Ike would say, "the Missouri Compromise was what licked us, but if I had to go through it agin I’d walk every step of the way there an’ every step back jist like I did before an’ furthermore we’d whip ’cause this time… now in 1864, when Stonewall Jackson came around by— I beg your pardon, young folks.
    p.101.8

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  • Stonewall Jackson was inadvertently shot by his own men.
  • From farther out on the Island came the Cheadles and the O. R. P. Schraeders, and the Stonewall Jackson Abrams of Georgia, and the Fishguards and the Ripley Snells.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald  --  The Great Gatsby

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