This biography provides readers with a lively account of the exploits of Thomas Jackson, both prior to and during the War Between the States. Individuals who read this text will learn why Stonewall Jackson was respected and honored by Americans in both the North and the South.
|Suggested Grade: 6th - 9th|
|Author: Mary L. Williamson (Michael J. McHugh and Edward J. Shewan, eds.)|
|Copyright: 1997 (revised edition)|
|Softbound: 122 pages|