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Drawing of Stonewall Jackson on his death bed, surrounded by doctors and officers.  Published by Currier and Ives.
A view of Jackson grave and statue.
Jubal Early, former Confederate General, leans against General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's headstone in the "Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery". Early served under Jackson in the Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War. Jackson's remains were reinterred in 1890, several feet from the original grave site. A large statue of Jackson was placed over the new grave.
Grave of Stonewall Jackson prior to building of monument.
Interior of the deserted room in which Stonewall Jackson died, Guinea Station, VA. Fireplace, saw horse and scattered pieces of wood are visible.
a postcard of the Stonewall Jackson Shrine, Guinea, V., a part of the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, Fredericksburg, VA. In this house Stonewall Jackson died May 10, 1863. In a visit to this area in 1928 Winston Churchill is reputed to have said, "That little house witnessed the downfall of the Confederacy."
A collection of three different photos; one is a scene of Jackson's Mill, in the upper left corner is the house that 'Stonewall' Jackson died in, and on the right is his burial site.
Letter on paper from 'The All States Hotel in Washington D.C. attached to the back of the photo. 'Monument over the grave of 'Stonewall' Jackson at Lexington, Va. where he was a professor at the Va. Military Institute. Mrs. Lyne attended his funeral services where he lay in state at the Va. Capitol. She was one of the little brand of Confederate ladies who met in the Presbyterian Church in the Capitol of the Confederacy, to organize Memorial Day - when Va. was Military District, No.1. - when no Southerners could form a procession and ride in the carriages by Federal Law - yet they went on foot. The Unknown and Hollywood cemeteries all scattered roses over the Confederate dead.