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Object Name Engraving
Catalog Number 1983.009
Date 1889
Scope & Content Engraving: Engraving of "Stonewall Jackson and his Boyhood Home"; oval 3/4 portrait of Jackson in center of image; on proper right side, Jackson's boyhood home; on proper left side image of "Jackson's Mill 1837, with three men on horseback, and two men standing with a horse and wagon; Pinted under image: Copyrighted 1889 by S. E. Barrett, Weston, W.VA. Stonewall Jeackson and his boyhood home situated on the west fork river lewis co W. VA In the spring of 1863, while "Stonewall" Jackson was in camp at Moose Neck, below Fredericksburg, Va, his life long friend Col. Jonathan M. Bewnnett with the consent of Stonewall, sent a photographer from Richomnd fo the special purpose of taking his photograph. This was the last one--if no the only one--taken of him during the war and is accurately reproduced above. W. G. Harrison Clerk Cercuit Court, Lewis Co. J. A. J. Lightbiurn Late Brigadier General, U.S. Volunteers Hon Hentry Brannon, Judge Supreme Court of Appeals W. Va. W. J. Bland M.D. C.S.A. Weston W.VA. West fork River, Lewis Co., W. Va.;

Height: 14 x 22
Creator S.E. Barrett
People Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)