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There He Stands: The Story of Stonewall Jackson

By Bruce L. Brager

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He was quiet, religious, and perhaps a little boring. But he was Lee's most trusted general, making his "Stonewall" reputation by standing fast at the First Battle of Bull Run. When he was shot by friendly fire in Spotsylvania, Lee lost one of his best generals. This biography includes photographs, reproductions, and maps.
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The Ghosts of Virginia, Volume IV

By L. B. Taylor, Jr.

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Ghost tales and folklore from Northern Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, Richmond and Central Virginia, Roanoke and Central Virginia, Southside Virginia, Tidewater Virginia, Fredericksburg and the Northern Neck. Part of a popular series by the same author.
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Battling for Manassas: The Fifty-Year Preservation Struggle at Manassas National Battlefield Park

By Joan M. Zenzen

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This is the story of how one American Civil War site has garnered national attention and taught Americans lessons about the future of historic preservation. It covers the earliest moves to create the Manassas Battlefield Park up to the struggle to prevent the Disney site nearby.
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