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THOMAS J. "STONEWALL" JACKSON
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WHERE STONEWALL JACKSON DIED


After having his wounded arm removed at a Chancellorsville field hospital, Jackson was taken on a bumpy ride to Guiney Station south of Fredericksburg. There, in a building used as an office, on the Thomas Chandler estate, called Fairfield, Jackson died on Sunday, May 10, 1863.


Painting
Painting of Fairfield - National Park Service


The Jackson Shrine
The Jackson Shrine - 2000
The main house is gone.
 



The Jackson Bed     The Jackson Clock
 
Where Jackson Died.
In this small room at Fairfield, in a bed similar to this, Jackson spent his last days. The actual clock that looked over him then is still there today.
 




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