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Stonewall Jackson Pictures

Pictures, Images and Photographs Of Stonewall Jackson

All images are from the Library of Congress unless otherwise noted.

This photograph was taken between 1860 and 1863 and shows General Stonewall Jackson with sideburns.
This photograph was taken between 1860 and 1863 and shows General Stonewall Jackson with sideburns.
This 1900 Jones Brothers print is of Henry Alexander Ogden's 1861 painting titled 'General Stonewall Jackson at the First Battle of Bull Run 17th August 1861.'
This 1900 Jones Brothers print is of Henry Alexander Ogden's 1861 painting titled 'General Stonewall Jackson at the First Battle of Bull Run 17th August 1861.'
This engraving was done using the last photograph of Jackson, taken at a Spotsylvania Country farm about ten days before his mortal wounding. Below the photograph is a facsimile of Jackson's signature.
This engraving was done using the last photograph of Jackson, taken at a Spotsylvania Country farm about ten days before his mortal wounding. Below the photograph is a facsimile of Jackson's signature.
 
This picture of Jackson was taken sometime between 1860 and 1870.
This picture of Jackson was taken sometime between 1860 and 1870.
This 1910 picture shows the spot on Henry Hill where General Thomas Jackson was wounded on the battlefield and General Bernard Bee bestowed the nickname "Stonewall" on him. The plaque on the tree says "Here Jackson was wounded and got the title of Stone Wall, July 21, 1861."
This 1910 picture shows the spot on Henry Hill where General Thomas Jackson was wounded on the battlefield and General Bernard Bee bestowed the nickname "Stonewall" on him. The plaque on the tree says "Here Jackson was wounded and got the title of Stone Wall, July 21, 1861."
This stereograph was produced more than 25 years after the end of the war using a photograph taken between 1861 and 1863.
This stereograph was produced more than 25 years after the end of the war using a photograph taken between 1861 and 1863.
 
This 1889 portrait shows Jackson seated at the opening of a tent.
This 1889 portrait shows Jackson seated at the opening of a tent.
This J. L. Giles lithograph of Jackson was produced between 1860 and 1890.
This J. L. Giles lithograph of Jackson was produced between 1860 and 1890.
This 1871 print included a facsimile of Jackson's signature.
This 1871 print included a facsimile of Jackson's signature.
 
This David Bendann painting shows Jackson on his horse, Little Sorrel.
This David Bendann painting shows Jackson on his horse, Little Sorrel.
This Currier & Ives lithograph depicts Jackson on his deathbed after being wounded in the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863.
This Currier & Ives lithograph depicts Jackson on his deathbed after being wounded in the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863.
This Henderson-Achert Company lithograph depicts a framed portrait of Jackson in front of his uncle's West Virginia home, where he was raised. The grist mill at right is now a museum.
This Henderson-Achert Company lithograph depicts a framed portrait of Jackson in front of his uncle's West Virginia home, where he was raised. The grist mill at right is now a museum.
 
This 1877 Miles Strobridge chromolithograph was adapted from the engravings also used on Confederate currency.
This 1877 Miles Strobridge chromolithograph was adapted from the engravings also used on Confederate currency.
The Confederate ironclad ram, CSS Stonewall was built in Bordeaux, France, and secretly sold to the Confederacy. The ship was commissioned at sea in January 1865, named in honor of the late general. It saw no action, reaching Havana, Cuba, after the war ended. It was sold to the U.S. Government by Spain and resold to Japan. Under the name Kotetsu, it fought in Japan's civil war.
The Confederate ironclad ram, CSS Stonewall was built in Bordeaux, France, and secretly sold to the Confederacy. The ship was commissioned at sea in January 1865, named in honor of the late general. It saw no action, reaching Havana, Cuba, after the war ended. It was sold to the U.S. Government by Spain and resold to Japan. Under the name Kotetsu, it fought in Japan's civil war.
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