Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jackson falls” in chapter 1.18, section c.1.18.69 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32.:
...tion to his size.
I have often heard him say he could march forever if his feet would keep from getting sore.
He was kind, gentle and always at his post and in the performance of his duty.
To Jackson falls the chief honor of Second Manassas, as it did in the first battle, and the position held by the 2d Brigade was one of the points the enemy made their most desperate and repeated assaults, in all of ...
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