Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. From First Manassas, where the sobriquet "Stonewall" was bestowed, to his untimely loss on the battlefield, the military genius of Jackson emerged, remarkable for its tactical brilliance. The pinnacle of his extraordinary military career was the flank march at Chancellorsville. This sculpture of "Stonewall" stands 12 1/2" high, and its appearance evokes Jackson's quiet determination during the Valley Campaign.
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