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This book recounts the events of May 2, 1863, when Thomas J. Jackson was wounded during the battle of Chancellorsville and his subsequent death. Everything related to Jackson s last days are covered, including his funeral, his arm, as well as the creation and restoration of the shrine at Guiney Station.
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I'm so delighted to have this new edition available, with 60 pages of new material, including new appendices on Jackson in Lexington, Jackson in memory, and Jackson memorials and monuments. There's also an appendix that explores some of the assumptions behind the Civil War's greatest "What If": "What if Stonewall hadn't been shot at Chancellorsville?" We've included updated maps courtesy of cartographer Hal Jespersen, and dozens of new pictures.This is the "Jackson statue at Manassas" edition of "Last Days"!About the Author:
Chris Mackowski is a professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, New York.
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Book Description Thomas Publications, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1577471458