|Description||Roughly hewn log seat with three holes and three roughly hewn dowels inserted into the holes for legs.|
|Dimensions||H-12 W-13.5 inches|
|Owned||Henry Clay Taylor|
|Made||Creator unknown, Confederate|
"Stool made out of a block of tree upon which Gen. T. J. Jackson sat and ate his breatfast at Hinch's Mountain in Orange County, VA, which was made in his camp."
Henry Clay Taylor may have acquired the stool from Jackson's cook when Jackson broke camp to go to Chancellorsville.
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)
Taylor, Henry Clay