Stonewall Jackson fervently believed that God had crowned his, and army with victory. Yet he was a soul-searching man. Jackson’s doubts about the wisdom of human bondage could not be contained.
Stonewall had even gone so far as to confide his misgivings about the righteousness of the “cause” to one of his staff. That was shortly to prove a very fatal mistake.
The staff officer knew that if the South's greatest hero were to make known his reservations about slavery, it would plunge the Confederate army into turmoil. He also knew that Jackson fully deserved the name of Stonewall, for once the general had made up his mind about something, nothing could stop him. If the general were to turn against the “cause” in word or deed.
This is a unframed sign by artist Giclee print, image size 16" x 20" with a 2" white boarded printed on watercolor fine paper. There are a total of 100 Giclee prints that will be signed an autograph by the author/artists, these poster/prints are made up of five colors printing, not like traditional offset printing, your purchase will be numbered as to the order you purchased them and after 100 they will be no more ever glclee prints. These are collectible items