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THOMAS J. "STONEWALL" JACKSON
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WHERE STONEWALL JACKSON FELL,
SHOT BY HIS OWN MEN


Battle of Chancellorsville
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Battle of Chancellorsville--May 2, 3 & 4, 1863 - Union (Gen. Hooker)
Confederate (Gen. Lee). Gen. Jackson mortally wounded.
Lithograph, hand-colored. Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers.


Quartz Stone at site of 
   where Jackson fell
1888 quartz stone marker   -   C

This stone, near the Chancellorsville National Park Service vistors center, marks the location, as determined in 1888, where Stonewall Jackson fell.
(The letter
C refers to the map on Page 5.)


 
Monument indicating where Jackson fell
  Where Jackson fell
A Monument indicating where Jackson fell (c1890).   -   D

About 10 yards west of the 1888 quartz marker (above), this monument is beside the Orange Turnpike, Route 3, as indicated on the print by John House (on the right).

 
The Place were Stonewall Jackson fell, mortally wounded.
A print by John House c1890.


The five men on horse-drawn carriage in foreground are on the Orange Turnpike.
ON THIS SPOT FELL MORTALLY WOUNDED
THOMAS J. JACKSON, LT. GEN. C.S.A.
MAY 2nd 1863
These words are engraved on the front of the Jackson Monument (above). On the other three sides are, Jackson's Last Words, Lee's Tribute, and General Bee's "There stands Jackson..." statement.


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