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The Mysterious Death of the Legendary Confederate General Stonewall Jackson

The Mysterious Death of the Legendary Confederate General Stonewall Jackson

Great Ghosts of Gettysburg Between the first and the third of July, 1863, more blood was shed in a formerly little-known Adams County farm community than at any battle in history. The deaths on the battlefield at Gettysburg numbered 7,500, and probably a tenth of the wounded died later. With around ten thousand men down in a few horrific days, it’s hardly surprising Gettysburg has its fair share of ghost stories. But oddly enough, one of the stories comes to us from the time of the battle…

Great Ghosts of Gettysburg Between the first and the third of July, 1863, more blood was shed in a formerly little-known Adams County farm community than at any battle in history. The deaths on the battlefield at Gettysburg numbered 7,500, and probably a tenth of the wounded died later. With around ten thousand men down in a few horrific days, it’s hardly surprising Gettysburg has its fair share of ghost stories. But oddly enough, one of the stories comes to us from the time of the battle…

Civil War Confederate Generals complete set - Made by The Collectors Showcase Military Miniatures and Models. Factory made, hand assembled, painted and boxed in a padded decorative box. Excellent gift for the enthusiast.

Civil War Confederate Generals complete set - Made by The Collectors Showcase Military Miniatures and Models. Factory made, hand assembled, painted and boxed in a padded decorative box. Excellent gift for the enthusiast.

General Robert E. Lee and his cavalry, 1864.

General Robert E. Lee and his cavalry, 1864.

April 9, 1865: The Surrender at Appomattox Court House, a small village that served as a way-station for travelers, in the 1848 brick home of Wilmer McLean, who had lived near Manassas during the First Battle of Bull Run, and had retired to Appomattox to escape the war. Roughly 175,000 Confederates remained in the field. Gen.  Johnston surrendered to Maj. Gen. Sherman in Durham, NC on April 26.

April 9, 1865: The Surrender at Appomattox Court House, a small village that served as a way-station for travelers, in the 1848 brick home of Wilmer McLean, who had lived near Manassas during the First Battle of Bull Run, and had retired to Appomattox to escape the war. Roughly 175,000 Confederates remained in the field. Gen. Johnston surrendered to Maj. Gen. Sherman in Durham, NC on April 26.

Don Stivers Nathan Bedford Forrest

Don Stivers Nathan Bedford Forrest

Gettysburg, Civil War Art/ Battle of "The Devil's Den", "Slaughter Pen", and Little Round Top - Gettysburg, 5PM, July 2nd, 1863

Gettysburg, Civil War Art/ Battle of "The Devil's Den", "Slaughter Pen", and Little Round Top - Gettysburg, 5PM, July 2nd, 1863

flags of the confederacy | Confederate States of America - CSA

flags of the confederacy | Confederate States of America - CSA

The 1861-D gold dollars were minted during the American Civil War when Confederate troops were ordered to take over the Dahlonega Mint. 1861-D Gold Dollar Coin- However, the mint would not generate enough income to continually support the mint operations.

The 1861-D gold dollars were minted during the American Civil War when Confederate troops were ordered to take over the Dahlonega Mint. 1861-D Gold Dollar Coin- However, the mint would not generate enough income to continually support the mint operations.

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