|Date||April 25, 1862|
|Scope & Content||
Major General Thomas Jonathan Jackson to Brigadier General Edward Johnson, April 25, 1862
Physical Appearance: April 25, 1862 - T[homas] J[onathan] Jackson at Swift Run Gap, [Virginia] to Brig[adier] Gen[era]l E[dward] Johnson - Reports that enemy troops are camped north of Harrisonburg, V[irgini]a. States that Johnson will have to rely on his own cavalry at this time. Signed "T. J. Jackson"
|Creator||Jackson, Thomas J. [Stonewall]|
|Archival History||The letter was formerly located in the MC 3 G-403e files. Dr. Douglas S. Freeman listed the letter in his "Calendar of Confederate Papers," on page 292, calendar number Ga-ga-1-13.|
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)
Johnson, Edward (Allegheny)