Lt. Colonel G.F.R. Henderson
Stonewall Jackson and the American
"CW" (Price $20.00 Postpaid)
First appearing in 1898, this work immediately
received praises as the finest work on General
Jackson's military career. Henerson was a
British Army officer with great insight into
military strategy and tactics. However, this is no
dry military sketch but a brilliant account of
Jackson's life and character. Two Volumes in
one, over 500 pages. Hard Back with Dust
Robert Lewis Dabney
Life & Campaigns of Lt. Gen. Thomas J.
Jackson (Price $30.00 Postpaid)
Written during the War by Jackson's
chief-of-staff during the Valley Campaigns,
Major Robert Lewis Dabney, paints an
illuminating and affectionate picture of the great
man of God and brilliant soldier. Jackson's first
biography and commissioned by Mrs. Jackson.
Large 742 page volume. Cloth Bound.
Mary Anna Jackson
Life & Letters of Lt. Gen. Thomas J.
Jackson by His Wife (Price $30.00
Publisher in 1892. Written by his wife, this book
takes a more personal at Thomas Jackson. It was
written to serve as a companion volume to Dr.
Dabney's work. Indeed, the above "Trilogy" will
give everyone a good education on General
Jackson. 479 pages plus Appendix. Cloth Bound.
Stonewall Jackson: The Good Soldier (Price $11.00 Postpaid)
His courage at 1st Manassas saved the Confederate
army and earned him his enduring nickname. In the
brilliant Shenandoah Valley campaign his
outnumbered men marched with such speed that they
were henceforth known as "foot cavalry." At
Chancellorsville, Lee used him to execute his most
daring tactical maneuver of the war. His untimely
death was a loss from which the Army of Northern
Virginia never recovered. In this fast-paced
biography of one of the South's ablest (and most
enigmatic) commanders, Allen Tate portrays the
qualities that made "Stonewall" Jackson the warrior
whom Lee would mourn as "my right arm." It is a
rich and dramatic account that should interest any
reader of American biography or the War Between
the States. Part of the Southern Classic Series of
K.S. Sanders & Company.
James I. Robertson
The Stonewall Brigade (Price $11.00 Postpaid)
One of the most famous brigades in American
history, and indeed the most renowned in
Confederate military history. It was initially
called "Virginia's First Brigade" and later
"Stonewall's Band," "Jackson's Foot Cavalry"
- but most prominently "The Stonewall
Brigade." Here for the first time is the full story
of the Stonewall Brigade, recounted insofar as
possible by the members themselves. No effort
has been made to conceal the brigade's
shortcomings or to overlook its military sins. A
confidence gained on many battlefields as a
result of hard-won victories gave the unit a
cockiness that, to say the least, sometimes
hampered its discipline. It was an exceptional
brigade, but by no means a perfect one. Yet its
weaknesses, when viewed against its
achievements, are so negligible that it does
stand out as the model brigade, which Douglas
Southall Freeman termed it. 271 pages,
H. Rondel Rumburg
Stonewall Jackson's Verse (Price $14.00 Postpaid)
A delightful book on the Christian character of
Jackson with a large appendix of tracts and a nice
bibliography. 147 pages. Cloth Bound.
A Confederate Trilogy For Young Readers (Price
Stonewall Jackson for children (and great reading
for adults as well). Also includes Robert E. Lee
and J.E.B. Stuart (Three Volumes in One). Large
Cloth Bound book with glossary.