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George Junkin (search for this): article 9
Yankee Memoir of Gen. Jackson. --Northern papers contain the announcement that "Mr. Charles T. Evans," of New York city, has in press and will speedily public, "The Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson," written by Mr. Markinfield Addey, with an introduction by the Rev. George Junkin, the father in-law of the famous Confederate General. The introduction will portray his social and religious character, and the influences which led to his responding the cause of the South. The work to be illustrated with a portrait.
Charles T. Evans (search for this): article 9
Yankee Memoir of Gen. Jackson. --Northern papers contain the announcement that "Mr. Charles T. Evans," of New York city, has in press and will speedily public, "The Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson," written by Mr. Markinfield Addey, with an introduction by the Rev. George Junkin, the father in-law of the famous Confederate General. The introduction will portray his social and religious character, and the influences which led to his responding the cause of the South. The work to be illustrated with a portrait.
Stonewall Jackson (search for this): article 9
Yankee Memoir of Gen. Jackson. --Northern papers contain the announcement that "Mr. Charles T. Evans," of New York city, has in press and will speedily public, "The Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson," written by Mr. Markinfield Addey, with an introduction by the Rev. George Junkin, the father in-law of the famous Confederate General. The introduction will portray his social and religious character, and the influences which led to his responding the cause of the South. The worNorthern papers contain the announcement that "Mr. Charles T. Evans," of New York city, has in press and will speedily public, "The Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson," written by Mr. Markinfield Addey, with an introduction by the Rev. George Junkin, the father in-law of the famous Confederate General. The introduction will portray his social and religious character, and the influences which led to his responding the cause of the South. The work to be illustrated with a portrait.
Markinfield Addey (search for this): article 9
Yankee Memoir of Gen. Jackson. --Northern papers contain the announcement that "Mr. Charles T. Evans," of New York city, has in press and will speedily public, "The Life and Military Career of Stonewall Jackson," written by Mr. Markinfield Addey, with an introduction by the Rev. George Junkin, the father in-law of the famous Confederate General. The introduction will portray his social and religious character, and the influences which led to his responding the cause of the South. The work to be illustrated with a portrait.