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WAR POEMS OF DIXIE

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Appomattox County, VA, SBSS: 2001

Edition: Not First Edition

Seller ID: 15

Condition: VG/NONE


Classic poems from various authors (1860s). Selections include Dixie, Stonewall Jackson's Way, Sonnet for Lee (R. L. Dabney) , Homespun Dress, Bonnie Blue, and many more. 28 pages View more info

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STONEWALL JACKSON'S VERSE

By: Rumburg, H Rondel

Price: $19.95

Publisher: Spout Spring, VA, Society For Biblical And Southern Studies: 2013

Edition: Fourth Printing Revised and Enlarged Edition

Seller ID: 1

ISBN: 0963973002

Condition: New


177 pages; This book weaves the life of Jackson around his favorite text of Scripture which was Romans 8: 28. The greatness of Jackson as a military general cannot be understood apart from an understanding of his great faith in Christ. Why was he such a bigger-than-life kind of man? He faced the death of many loved ones, but how did he escape bitterness? What was the reason for his victorious death? This volume seeks to answer these and many more questions. Dr. M. E. Bradford contributed the Afterword, writing with his usual pungent style. Bradford deals with the religious foundation of secess... View more info

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THE LAST EARTHLY MEETING OF LEE AND JACKSON: A Few Days in May 1863

By: Rumburg, H Rondel

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Birmingham, Society for Biblical and Southern Studies: 1997

Edition: First Edition; First Impression

Seller ID: 8

ISBN: 0963973037

Condition: VG/NONE


This recounts the last earthly meeting betwwen Lee and Jackson before Jackson's wounding and death at Chancellorsville. There is a comparison between the two Christian gentlemen, and a contrast between them and Joseph Hooker, the profane General of the Army of the Potomac.52 pages View more info

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JOHN PELHAM OF ALABAMA The Gallant Chief of J. E. B. Stuart's Horse Artillery

By: Rumburg, H Rondel

Price: $24.95

Publisher: Appomattox County, VA, Society For Biblical And Southern Studies: 2005

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 2

ISBN: 0-96330-4-5

Condition: VG+/NONE


8vo; 316 pages; This is the first major biography in almost 50 years of one of the bravest of the brave. John Pelham's life was packed into 24 short years. Born in Alabama, he spent his last years of life fighting in the Confederate Army, in Virginia. His bravery and honor were legendary. He was highly extolled by R. E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and JEB Stuart as well as many others. This West Point man was superior in fighting "horse artillery" and was a horseman par excellence. Lee called him "the gallant Pelham. "He was also one who loved the Lord and His sacred Word. Signed by author. View more info

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"STONEWALL" JACKSON'S CHAPLAIN: Beverly Tucker Lacy

By: Rumburg, H Rondel

Price: $29.95

Publisher: Spout Spring, VA, SBSS: 2013

Edition: First

Seller ID: 59

ISBN: 0963973088

Condition: New


This is the first full-length biography of Beverly Tucker Lacy, the chaplain to "Stonewall" Jackson and the Second Corps or Stonewall Brigade. Lacy was an ordained minister of the Old School Presbyterian Church. He was a trustee of Washington College. Lacy was a son and grandson of Presbyterian ministers. 371 pages including an index. View more info

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"STONEWALL" JACKSON'S WIFE AND DAUGHTER: Mary Anna Jackson and Julia Jackson Christian

By: Rumburg, H. Rondel

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Spout Spring, VA, SBSS: 2015

Edition: First

Seller ID: 61

ISBN: 0963973096

Condition: New


This is the first full length biography of Anna Jackson the wife of the famous General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson and his daughter Julia. Julia was the only child of Jackson’s to reach adulthood. Anna was Jackson’s second wife. His first wife, Ellie lived only fourteen months after they were married and died in childbirth. Anna lived over fifty years after the death of her husband and thought it a privilege to honor his memory. Anna reared Julia and Julia’s children. She was the author of a book on the Life and Letters of “Stonewall” Jackson which gives the greatest domestic i... View more info

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THE RELIGIOUS CHARACTER OF STONEWALL JACKSON

By: Smith, James Power

Price: $2.25

Publisher: Appomattox County, VA, 2001

Edition: Not First Edition

Seller ID: 16

Condition: VG/NONE


This is a reproduction of Smith's address delivered at the inauguration of the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Building, Virginia Military Institute, June 23, 1897. It has a biographical sketch of Dr. Smith who was on Jackson's staff. 15 pages View more info