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Gen Beauregard (search for this): article 5
Store wall Jackson --A correspondent asks, "Why is Gen. Jackson called Stone Wall Jackson !" We have one or two explanations of the origin of the sobriquet, The best one, and we believe the correct one, is: At the battle of Bull Run, while Jackson with his small force hold in check a much superior force of the enemy, Gen Beauregard, filled with admiration of his obdurate gallantry remarked to a brother officer, "See Jackson ! He stands firm as a stone-wall !"
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Store wall Jackson --A correspondent asks, "Why is Gen. Jackson called Stone Wall Jackson !" We have one or two explanations of the origin of the sobriquet, The best one, and we believe thGen. Jackson called Stone Wall Jackson !" We have one or two explanations of the origin of the sobriquet, The best one, and we believe the correct one, is: At the battle of Bull Run, while Jackson with his small force hold in check a much superior force of the enemy, Gen Beauregard, filled with admiration of his obdurate gallantry remaJackson !" We have one or two explanations of the origin of the sobriquet, The best one, and we believe the correct one, is: At the battle of Bull Run, while Jackson with his small force hold in check a much superior force of the enemy, Gen Beauregard, filled with admiration of his obdurate gallantry remarked to a brother officer, "See Jackson ! He stands firm as a stone-wall !" Jackson with his small force hold in check a much superior force of the enemy, Gen Beauregard, filled with admiration of his obdurate gallantry remarked to a brother officer, "See Jackson ! He stands firm as a stone-wall !" ce hold in check a much superior force of the enemy, Gen Beauregard, filled with admiration of his obdurate gallantry remarked to a brother officer, "See Jackson ! He stands firm as a stone-wall !"