Stonewall Jackson Correspondence
Scope and Contents
This collection contains three letters. One, dated March 7, 1863 written in Caroline County, Va. to Col. Boteler gives Jackson's theories of recommending soldiers for promotion. A second, which is dated Mar. 11, 1854 from Lexington, Va. to E.H.J. McCampbell, concerns Jackson resigning from the Franklin Society and Library Company of Lexington. The third letter, dated June 7, 1858, to Prof. J.L. Campbell describes the operation of the Lexington Colored Sabbath School.
- Inclusive 1854-1863
- Campbell, J. L. (John Lyle) (Correspondent, Person)
Conditions Governing Use
The materials from Washington and Lee University Special Collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to U.S. Copyright law. The user assumes full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used should be fully credited with the source.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Letter dated March 7, 1863 is a gift from Andrew Lupton, 196-?. Letter dated March 11, 1854 and the photocopied letter dated June 7, 1858 are gifts from Mrs. Henry Donald Campbell.
Existence and Location of Copies
The letter dated June 7, 1858 is a photocopy. The original is owned by Mrs. Henry Donald Campbell.
- Franklin Society and Library Company of Lexington (Lexington, Va.)
- Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall)
- Lexington Colored Sabbath School (Lexington, Va.)
- Lexington Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Va.)
- McCampbell, E. H. J. (Correspondent)
- Virginia -- Caroline County
- Virginia -- Lexington
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