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Stonewall Jackson
used in Gone with the Wind

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general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)
  • Stonewall Jackson's triumphs in the Valley and the defeat of the Yankees in the Seven Days' Battle around Richmond showed that clearly.
    2.9 (31% in)
  • True, the South had suffered a sickening loss when Stonewall Jackson had been fatally wounded at Chancellorsville.
    2.14 (10% in)
  • What if Stonewall Jackson had worn one in preference to a slouch felt?
    2.15 (39% in)
  • Moreover, Old Joe and his men were between the Yankees and Atlanta, and everyone knew that, next to General Lee himself, there was no greater general than Johnston, now that Stonewall Jackson was dead.
    3.17 (5% in)
  • "If we hadn't lost Stonewall Jackson—"
    4.41 (78% in)
  • She was named Ella Lorena, Ella for her grandmother Ellen, and Lorena because it was the most fashionable name of the day for girls, even as Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were popular for boys and Abraham Lincoln and Emancipation for negro children.
    4.42 (1% in)

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