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General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson dies of his wounds and pneumonia at Guinea Station, Virginia

Thomas Jonathan Jackson, detail
05/10/1863
General "Stonewall" Jackson had been hit with three bullets from North Carolina sentries in a "friendly fire" incident following the Battle of Chancellorsville eight days before. He was taken to a building on a plantation near Guinea Station, Virginia where his left arm was amputated. He died there due to complications involving pneumonia and was buried in Lexington, Virginia.  (By John Osborne)   
Source Citation: 
"Gen. Stonewall Jackson," Harper's Weekly Magazine, May 30, 1863, p. 349. 

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