Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General H. R. Jackson” in chapter 7 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
...lle, so he could re-enforce his troops on the Staunton road, or on the Valley Mountain road, as necessary. Loring, with thirtyfive hundred effective troops, was in front of him on the latter, while General H. R. Jackson , with twenty-five hundred men, opposed him on the Staunton road. The natural topographical features, supplemented by artificial means, rendered his position very strong on both. General Lee promp...
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