A Beautiful Glittering Lie
One bullet can make a man a hero… or a casualty.

Stonewall Jackson

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Chapter 6: Chapter Six
"...The 4th Alabama received word that Stonewall Jackson had attacked Union forces in the Shenandoah Valley, forcing the Yankees to rush back to Washington and defend the city from a possible Confederate attack. They also learned that Nathan Bedford Forrest’s men were on the move in Tennessee, and great concern arose over the possible invasion of Alabama ..."

Chapter 8: Chapter Eight
"...On June 17, General Lee sent the 4th Alabama and Hood’s Texans to the Shenandoah Valley to support Stonewall Jackson, while Union General McDowell was ordered to defend Washington against Jackson’s advance. Hiram’s regiment marched 150 miles, and was allowed to rest for only one day during the journey. Eight days later, the men bivouacked near Ashland, twelve miles from Richmond. Circling around McClellan’s army, they were now behind ..."

Chapter 10: Chapter Ten
"...“I overheard two officers talkin’. One was ours, and one was theirs. As they was discussin’ the matters at hand, along comes ole Stonewall hisself, ridin’ right past them. Well, the Yankee officer says, ‘Who’s that?’ And our officer says, ‘Stonewall Jackson. Had you known who it was, no doubt you would’ve shot him.’ ‘Oh, no,’ says the Yankee officer. ‘I’m in favor of keepin’ him. We may, after whippin’ you, need him!’” ..."

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