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Mas M EN 1t C c Cooler l r of fJacltSonvUle fJacltSonvUlepresided9Yen Jacksonville Jacksonvillepresided Jacksonvillepresided
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Th The prize essay ssaywJilchw wliich was waw s awarded awardedthe W rd rd d dihe d dthe
the handsome h ndsomegold gold medal medal9tter offered d by bythe b byjthe t tthe
the Florida jivlsionU Division U ° D C for an annual annua1competltion annual ¬
nual nua1competltion competition by students of f theour the thefour theour
four our state colleges was wasdel1ghtf delightfully delightfullyread delightfullyread llY llYread
read by Mrs McFadden cFaddeiro of Jackson Jacksonville JacksOnvflle n nyUle ¬
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topic That for the past p tyear year Wa3 wasJefferson Wa3Jefferson wa3Jefferon
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essays says were written writtenb by students studentsof studentsofthe of ofthe ofthe
the University brPJorldaat L LakeC1tytb Lak0City Lak0Citythe k Ci Cithe
the tb South Florida Military School l at atBartaWj atBartow atBartow
Bartow The EastFlorida E st Fl rI Seminary at atGainesville atGainesviUeand atGainesville
Gainesville GainesviUeand and the thestate state school schoolat schoolatal1 at atTallahassee atTallaizassee
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the thebe3t best of of the thecompetiUve competitive essays essayswrittenby essay essaywrlttenby essay3wrlttenby I
wrlttenby its students stu ent5 and andpresen3i andpresen3ithem presents presentsthem presen presenthem
them to a committee of 9fjudges judges who whomake WhOmake wflomake
make the th final award awardThis awardlhis awardIbis
This year ear the th judges were wei Hon W WA IVA WA
A A Blouht Hon J C Avery Sr Sranel SranelRon and amlHon andHon
Hon Evelyn EvebnC C Maxwell of o this ti1lscltv ti1lscltvand city eltvand cityand
and from from all the fh esays esayssubmtted es ys submitted to tothem toth tothem
them th m they awarded the ti e medal to the theLife theLife theLife
Life of Jefferson Davis Davlswrltten written by byMr bytlr byMr
Mr Gary Alexander l x5nder of Brooksville BrooksvilleFla BrooksrlUeFla
Fla and a student of the University Universityof
of Florida Florldaasentitled as entitled to o the ttieprize ttieprizeIr prizeMr prize prizeMr
Mr Ir Alexander is a ag1andn grandnephew jphew of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the honored historian histonanQ of the Florida FloridaDivision FloridaDIvision iorIdaDivision
Division Mrs Gary of 0 Qcala QcalaA QcalaA OcalaA
A trilogy trll gy of poemstread poems r read d by MrsWilliam Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilUam
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the gem gemo of theevenihg theevenihgThe the evening eveningThe eveningThe
The first poem was on n Appomafc Appomafctox Appomatox Appomattoxand
tox toxand end nd was written by Mrs MrsCrutchfieia MrsCrutchfi Mrsrutchfl
Crutchfieia Crutchfi 1d d of West Wes Palm Beach
The second s condTbe The Return o oFlags
Flags FIagsbt by Mrs M Mr M E E DrEw Dr w 6t Jack Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
sonville whose wh se poems are re familiar in inthe Inthe
the press of Florida and other statesThe states statesThe statesThe
The third poem was wasamaJ a martial lalod lalodrecltedt ode oderecited od odrecited
recited recltedt to th the music of ofAmerIea America Americaand Americaand 11 11and
and was w written by Mrs Ada Wright Wrightof
of Brooksvllle fo foMeD1OrialDay Memorial Day 1901 1901A 1901A 1904A
A vocal solo by MrsDick lIrs Irs Dick McAllis McAllister McAlllster itcAUister ¬
ter a duet duetfor for piano and violin lol 1 by Mrs Mrsand Mrsand Mrsand
and Miss Simpson and Dixie MD1xW at atclosing atclosing
closing formed the musical features featuresof f atures aturesof
of the program programInteresting programInteresting programInteresting
Interesting historical papers pa rs were wereread wereread wereL
L read by Mrs Brumby of f Ocala 1a Mrs MrsS
S B Thompson of Lake City MrsMyra Mrs MrsMyra MrsMyra
Myra Armstrong Taylor of Gaines Gainesville Gainesvllle Gainesvlll ¬
ville vlll and Mrs M rs Florida CoO Cook k Shepard Shepardof She pard pardf
of f Pensacola The paper written wrlttcIlby wrlttcIlbythe bythe by bythe
the state n historian storiah and read by b the thechairman thechairman thechairman
chairman Mrs 1IrsR R C Cpoley C oIe is given givenin givenSin
in full fuUas as follows followsMarshall followsMarshall
Marshall Plantation Raid RaidMarch Rald RaldMarch RaldMarch
March 10 1865 1865Madam 1865Madam 1865Madam
Madam President Pre lde1t and ndLa ladies es of the theFlorida theFlorida theFlorida
Florida Division U D C CI CI 1 1I
I have h vech05en chosen for the subject of rmy rmypap my mypaper mypaper
paper pap r ana an account a count of otthe the raid on the theplantation thePIsntat theplantation
plantation on in Marion Mar toi county countybe1ong countybe1ongIng belong belonging belonging ¬
ing to the estate es at te of Colonel J Poster PosterMarshall Foster1rlarsha1f FoeterMarshall
Marshall ° of South Carolina CaroUrlaahero CaroUrlaaheroof a hero heroof heroof
of the Mexican Mexlc nwar war and andof of the South Southera Southrn
era rn Confederacy Confe eracywh who was W skll1ed killed Inone in inone Inone
one of the battles around Richmond Richmondin
in 1862 1862The 1862The 1 1Th
The Th raicfers r rs wereall were all negroes negroesex except exceptthe exceptthe ept eptthe
the commander a white officer officerThey officerThey officerThey
They landed at or near near Fort Gates Gateson
on the St Johns river on onthe the night ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the 9th or early dawn of of the 10th ofMarch of ofMarch ofMarch
March 1865 186fandwere and were piloted piotedothrough piotedothroughthe i loted through throughbe throughthe
the be scrub by a barge hand andof of Captain CaptainGray CaptainGray CaptainGray
Gray who whokn knew w toe t e country countryArriving countrATII countryArrIiIng
Arriving ATII ing at attheplantati the plantation nthey they set setire setfire setfire
fire to the thebuildings buildings and put Mr Joe JoeUaldwell JoeCaldwell JoeCaldwelI
Caldwell the manager managerof of lhe the place In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the burning sugar house but he cacaped escap escaped escaped ¬
ed through a scuttle to die on the out outside outside outsIde ¬
side sideThere sideTh There Th rewere were about iwo twohun wo hundTed red hogs hogsheads hogsheads hogsheads ¬
heads of sugar on the place all of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which was destroyed destroyedb by the raiders
except twenty which they endeavoreto
to t9 carry with them and impressedmules Impressedmules impressed impressedmules
mules and wagons for that purpose purposeThey purposeTbeyalso purposeThey
They Tbeyalso also carried off twentyfour twentyfournegroes twenty twentyfournegroes four four1egroes
negroes from the place They started startedto
to retrace their t lr steps st p ps to St Augustine Augustinewhence AuguStinewhence Augustinewhence
whence they The had hadcome hadcomeThe come coineThe comeThe
The news having havingspead spread like wild wildfire wil wilfire wilcfire
fire they were met by ya a squad inostiold mostly mostlyold most1ld
old ld men and boys hastily basUlyga gathered gatheredfrom gatheredfrom hered heredfrom
from the vicinity of Ocala commanded commandedby d db
by b General Bullock Buljo < kwho who was at home homeon bomeonwounded homeon
on onwounded wounded furlough who put them themto themto themto
to flight and recaptured Mr MrFrank MrFrankHolly Frank FrankHolly FrankHolly
Holly whb w1 had been b en captured by bythem bythem bythem
them themTho themS
S 1 The raiders ral ers afterwards made a astand a3tand a3tand
3tand and General Bullocks party partygave partOgave partygave
gave Up the pursuit but not until Mr MrJohn MrJohn MrJohn
John L L Mathews Iathewsbadbeen had been severely severelywounded severelywounded severelywounded
wounded and 3ndjwo Jtwo wo brave men on our ourside onrsfde ourside
side bad been killed ktl ed These were Mr MrMorrison MrMorrison
Morrison Iorriso a onearmed Q Confederatesoldier Confederate Confederatesoldier Conr erate
soldier sol ier who had hadbeJongedto belonged to the Ma Marion M Mdon Ma1ion ¬ I
don Artillery and nd Mr Henry Huggins Hugginswho Hugginsj Hugginswho
who was almost totally blind Iind but who whoat whoat I Iat
at the breaking br akingout out of the he war in his hisardor hisardor I Iardor
ardor to help the cause of f the South Southhad Southhad I
had joined joln dCaptainOwens Captain Owenss s company companyafterwards cOmpany cOmpanyafterwar companyafteiwards
afterwards sCaptainChambersBut sCaptainChambersButwheritheywentlo Captain Chambers But Butwhen Butwhen
when wheritheywentlo they went to Fernandina to be bemustered bemustered bemustered
mustered Into the Confederate oufederate states statesarmyhe stalesarmYh statesarmyhe
armyhe vyas rejected on o laeoountof laeoountofhifi account of ofhis ofhi
his hi defective dcfe Uve eyesight esight the result of a asevere as aseiere
severe s ereliness illness when he was twelve twelveyears twelveYears twelveyears
years old oldFromUle From the time he was flfr flfrteen fit fifteen fitteen
teen he was V qS unable to t r y read a line but butso butsogreatwas butso
so sogreatwas great iwas wa his thirst for knowledge knowledgeIhat Imowlengethat knowleQgethat
that he Woudcoax would coax his little lUtl sister sisterten sistert sistertGfl
ten t m years younger to read re d for him himand himand himand
and though ata atafirst at first she sh had often to tospell tosvell tospell
spell the words fp him hi to o pronounceshe pronounce pronounceshe pronounceshe
she kept up the thebabit habit of reading to tohim tohhn toblin
him which she afterwards shared sharedwith sh sharedwith re l lwith
with his devoted wife and a most mostbeautiful mostbeautIulaffe mostbeautiful
beautiful beautIulaffe affection tlon grew up between betweenthem betweenthem betweenthem
them themHe themHe themHe
He married JPebrnary 18608 1860 a lovely lovelycousin lovelycousin
cousin < USil the thed daughter ughte of Dfthe t the late Colo Colonel ColCnel Cob Cobnel ¬
nel Charles harles1 Huggins ggins ot oNorlh North Santee SanteeSouth SanteeSouthCarO SanteeSouth
South SouthCarO Carolina at from fr9Dlwhlc4stateh which state his hisfattier hisfather s sfather
father anti famfly removed to Florida Floridain
in 1854 1854t 1854lJbefami1y 1854ie
t lJbefami1y S3ie ie family iwe wesdtky we ly rice plant planters p1antpsifrom plantersfrom
psifrom ersfrom ers rom befoPB be ftJieRevolutlonalj the Revolutionary Revolutionary5l
5l gin r > fn n which whlch1lIS Bis SHioestors bore a as aS ac1xIs
c1xIs s parfcfservfaK 13erVJrJE with the pa pa4he pan patf pat4o1on
t4o1on t4o1onF t4o1onontko n
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4he 1e bg He aevEr r ce eKed > ed J to tmowm < mown tSe tSetrasfe th thtragic re
tragic death pf of1ier b li rfeatle Iietie entle tmaelflsh 1in8ieIbh nnsshbrave
br brave v C aIidIorirti and boyalbroth oUi r r
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notwiththffdIifg tWlthsJitU gt1i the fU dIUbIIItY ablPt W wkh wkhexempted
exempted mp himfrom h1mfromml1 mllttarjt t duty dutiYet dutiYetbecame yet yetbecame yeticame
became a martyr to t 1 lili deijirjaiQ cie t11r tos + io serve servehis SBV SBVhis e
his country c unt I lshaUn shall now n Tee r Dle my mynarrative mynarr minarrative
narrative narr Uv of the tt raidersV raidersVCaptain wdetscaptain a1ders a1dersatak
Captain atak J J Dl Dickison DIdkls klS ri n Ilid l TlgHaat TlgHaatprotector yigfl nt ntprOtecto nt ntprotector
protector of Florida jSpmes fl1 D ejl at his hisheadquarters fclsheadouarters b1 b1headguart
headquarters rs at atWaI Walati o lec TecelvingTInt TecelvingTIntformation rcce1vIng1nformation Iv1Dg1n t
f formation erm tlon 701 of their theiifra raid d and an siItha1 Y thal th ait they theyhad th theyhad
had retreated In the dlreotipn dlreotlonefpie dlreotlonefpieSt ef the theSt theSt
St Johns riy9r r1v r hastily bastllytolIoW followed d with withthe withthe withthe
the view of overtaking or Intercepting Interceptingthem in intrceptIngthem rcept1l s
them themPursued themPursued IIi
Pursued by this berofcand herpic and nd iiFlrepId iwtrebldofficer iiFlrepIdofficer iIfttepl iIftteplc1ficer f
officer with a adetachment9fhls detachment of f his liravo liravomen liravomen bravo1 bravo1men
men they recrossed recross d the Jie rlverwher rlverwherth river where wherethey wherethey
they th y had ha previously Jandtea l n ed iea1ngw leading leadingwagons lEStIngWagons
wagons w gona mules andpr and provisions vWons and andhad andha1 andhad
had ha1 nearly made their th rc escape scape but cutFere butFe butwere
Fe were > e overtaken oyert ken in the very yerrsubu yer suburbs bs of ofSt otSt ofSt
St Augustine where Captain C ptain Dick tlckison Dickzon Dlckiurecaptu
son urecaptu recaptured ed the Marshall negroes negroesand n n1l11d roes roesxn
1l11d and xn marched them back Qa kto to the th old oldplantation oldplantation oldplantation
plantation home having It lIt in his iispower 111sI1Owerto hispower
power I1Owerto to restore rest rewlthth with 4hem m mi m1 < jh jhstolen h hstoen hstolen
stolen property to the owners ownersMRS oWnersMRS ownersMI
Historian HistorlanSTONEWALL mstorIanSTONEWALL HistorianSTONEWALL
The Thepriz prize essay on onCSton Stonewall aUJack aUJackaon Jackoz Jack JackSon
Son oz which won wo the medal medRlftom frbmJ from 5J J J 1 1Flnlay
Khlay Chapter Gainesville and was waswritten was waswrltten waswritten
written by Miss Mjs Elsie Smith ithoftha of the
East Florida Seminary Wasrea was read d by
Mrs Taylor Taylorot of Gainesville 4id ndls is print printed prlntj rin rined ¬
ed in full as follows followsrA tollowsA
A flowing lightfountain of Ofnatlve Ofnatlveoriginal native nativeoriginal nailvaoriginal
original insight of mannood mann landh landhroic and he heroic herofe
roic nobleness was Carlyles rlyles descrIP descripKtion
tion of ora a great gf at man m n and ho nom ii more r fit fitting fittlng fitUng ¬
ting description descripUoncan can be found fj d of f him himwhb himwho himwho
who was the right hand h nilotL of Lee i of
him who was one of f the theSouths Souths most mostvalued mostTn1ue mostvalued
valued champions dur1i1gUi6 durihg the th Qivil Qivill QivIIWarof ivil ivilWarof
l War Warof of him whom we wecaUStone wecaUStonewatl w call Stonewall Stone Stonewall
wall Jackson J ckson It It Is fitting fittfri that thatb thatbshould he heshould heshould
should be considered cons5der d among am g our na natlonal tiational national ¬
tional heroes heroesamon among those under underwhom underwhbm underwhbm
whbm grayhaired d veterans are areproUl areproUlto proud prowlto
to say they served at the mention mentionof mentfoilof
of whose names n mes hearts will beat fas fn ¬
ter for rmany many an n age t Come come comeEven w M MEven r rEven
Even the most casual s study udyoSrli of ofhI ofhIlife joiB joiBlife
life snowsi hows the th heroic element lel9 lepten that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was in it from from romthe the beginning beglnnmgsliows beglnnmgsliowsthat shows showsthatj showthat
thatj that though he seemed to bursjt burs uponthe upon uponthe uponthe
the world as a meteor darts dart across roas a astarlit ILsf astarltt
starlit sf rlltsky sky it ftWas was not chance eDuce chancefortdne nor norfortune uortortl1ne
fortdne fortune nor 1 ora a miracle rnI Jiacl ± acle that th limi yon ro for f Zozfhb
him msuchmlllt such military ry glory after years yearsof yearsotcomJar yearsof
of otcomJar comparative lve obscurity ob scu flty bu but th that at all allthrough allthrough I
through those years t the e mighty mlghtYS sool soolhad soil soilbad alII i1 i1hadb
had hadb been be ngather1ng gathering strength to 1tSeIfrom itself itselffrom Itseltfrom
from those common eyeryiday fuel incidents Inedents fuelde ¬
dents de ts of life by which whIchaft after r all al1we al1weare we weare wearO
are made or marred No NOl rife r shows showsmorepl showsmore j jmore
more morepl plainly lnly than his histhat that theroesuare theroesuarenot heroes are arenot arenot
not made mad by a a simple smpleact act nor nor lasting lastingfame JasUngt lastingfame
fame t me by byareputallol a reputation sought only Cat Catcannons at attie atthe
tie cannons mouth outh J He was waS as a a true trueaero fru fruero true truehero
aero ero such suclas as men have loved to honor honorthrough honorthrough honorthrough
through all ages and if we seek to tolearn tolearn
learn the character of ofanatlonalJiero ofanatlonalJierofrom a national hero herofrom herofrom
from the thetalespreseried tales preserved amongh among his1 his1people hI hIpeople l lpeople
people we shall find him h1mta though ugh rf rfquently fre frequently 14 14ciuently
quently pictured In them th m as a sort so ol olwargod oTwargod
wargod with the lightning for asword a asword asword
sword and thewlnd the wind for a steed yet yetshown yeti yetishown yetshown
shown quite qulteas as ofle often in fi the most tenderandhomelrscene ten tender tender
der derandhomelrscene and homely scene ot everyday everyd < l
life Thus to a certain degree is It Itwith itwith it itwith
with Stonewall Jackson We WTe are aretod aretodhow told toldhow todbow
how the joy 1 ° v of ofbattle battle shone In his blue blueeyes blueiyesan biu biueyes
eyes iyesan and lfi flushed shedcheelt cheek bo how he herus rushed rushedto ti tito
to the conflict confilctwlth with ecstasy an and J tower towered towered
ed triumphant amid scenes of fire and andslaughter andslaugbteand andslangiiteand
slaughter slaugbteand and next we we are 4pl toldhow toldhowwhen ld < T how howI hOwIwhin
I Iwhin when he went among his nien nen in In camp campwith c campwith mlJ mlJwith
with thai shrewd kindly smile upon uponhis uponbis uponhis
his face they showed showedthefr their etfectlonfor effection effectionfor eect1onfor
for him with withrousingcheersfor01d withrousingcheersfor01dJack rousing cheers for Old OldJack OldJack
Jack We are told toldgowlntbe bow In the be beginning begInning beginning ¬
ginning he proposed 0 omake make the war warjone wartone warone
tone one of extermination extermlnaUontorals to raise the theblack tl theblack e eb111Ckfiag
black b111Ckfiag flag and neither neitherto to take nor give givequarter givequarter givequarter
quarter yet yetwefind we find no ldlmc difficulty ltylI ltylIreconciling Id Idreconciling litreconciling
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show inconiistenoies 1 incOiialst cOllalst noh noles s in his character lscharacterf Is characterfar
far f r from it They OXh y merely illustrate illustratethe illustraLethe e ethe
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degree the essential ess ntlalcharacteristiC3 ntlalcharacteristiC3ot characteristics characteristicsof
of a military heroand hero and we weareall weareallhe are all allheroworshippers allheroworsbtppers
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is daring and romantic roman Whose blood blpodis bloodIs bloodIs
is not stirred by tales of war whether whetherwe whethere
we e read e them themin in fragments of the thecrude thecrude e ecru
crude cru Ieverse verse ersc of medieval minstrelsy mlnstrelstc minstrelsycelebrating mInstre3scelebrating
celebrating c the deeds of Wallace Ofruce of ofBruce ofBruce
Bruce ruce or of t Tell PF hear ejUthe them as astold astold s stold
told by aged a ag ed veterans voeraus of our Civil CivilWar CivilWar CivilWar
War warming us us with memories meplorlesof meplorlesofStuart of ofStuart ofStuart
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son so We need not envy the Old OldWorld OldWorld i
World Its heroes lor lp we w find that thatevery thateverr thateery
every century iheir 1he he1r fmlghtyforms fmlghtyformsgrowdhnmeras mighty forms formsgrow formsgrw
grow growdhnmeras dimmer as a they t1J y grow growmore more gi gigantic gganticJike gIganticlike ¬
gantic ganticJike like shad6wjscast shadOws past tbY by the set setting setting setting ¬
ting sun unwhi1e wiile the t Ju noble po lefigu bie figures esof esofbUr of ofour ofbur
bUr own great grealme men l stand c1 clear aranl aranldlstinct and anddistinct anddistinct
distinct b before tore us not only as poetic poeticideals poeticideals poeticideals
ideals but b t as llvln living examples examx > les In the thedaily thedaily thedaily
daily practice pr ctlceorcQurage of courage and virtue virtueYet vtrtueYet virtueYet
Yet we m mt st st not J1 t forget teat it I Is to tothe tothe o othe
the generations gen ratlons of o sijrjiy JwfightIng fighting men menIn men menin menin
In the Ojd World worldthat that we owe our heroes he heroes hej
roes roesof of the New NewThis NewThis j
This fact Is clearly clear shown In the xhehistory thehiS thehistory
history hiS totY of Stonewalllacksons Stonewal Sto new d T Iacksons ack so ns familyfor family familyfor f am 11 11for
for we know we wecoul1 could never have had hadhim hadhlin hadhim
him as lie l1ewas was had it t not been for his hisstrong hl hlstrong hisstrong
strong and resolute ScotchIrish an ancestry anI ancestry ¬
cestry cestryNo No ancient clansman c1ansmnnwas c1ansmnnwasmore was wasmore wasmore
I more IIstem stern to inflict and stubborn stubbornto stubboiJlto
to endure than he no Roundhead Roundheadunder Roundheiidunder
1 under Cromwell was more deeplysternly deeply deeplysternly d eplY
I sternly religious or firmer fipnerln in his faith faithin faithin
in God It is Isa a remarkable fact thathe that thathe thathe
he came meor of a long line llneof of fighters and andtraders adtraders d dtraders
traders of the Brltfh Brl tfi a Isles and pion pioneers Pi pioneers on oneers ¬
eers of America not one of whom whomattained whomattaIned whomattained
attained distinction for himself vet y t
whose combined qualities of peeverance pee perseverance ¬
verance shrewdness and daring were werefinally werefinally Werefinally
finally concentrated concentrntedlnhlm in him A mag magnificent magnificent xna xnaMilcent ¬
nificent heritage indeed for the child childwho childho childwhofirst
who whofirst ho first opened hts eyes oyeStO to this world worldon
on January January21sr 21st 1824 at Clarksburg atClarksburgWest ClarksburgWest ClarksburgWest
West Virginia In that as yet thinly thinlysettled thinlysettled thInlTsettled
settled country Thomas Jackson pacd pafs pafsed pa pad
ed d his youth youthayouth youtha a youth saddened by bydeath bydeath bydeath
death and poverty yet ye made strong strongvigorous strongtlgorousand strongvigorous
vigorous tlgorousand and thoughtful by the hard bardlessons hardlessons hardlessons
lessons of his lifeHe life lifeHe f fHe
He was forever meeting and andover andovercoming over overcoming overcoming ¬
coming difficulties In preparation preparationthough prep preparationthough ratlon ratlonthough
though l1e ne knew me It not for forhis his partIn part partIn patIn
In that mighty struggle soon onabout about to torend torend torend
rend the land He could not know knowwhat kn kitdwwhat w I Iwhat
what piercing buglecals what roar roarof 1 roarof tr trr
of r cannon the winds WindsBl windsshouJd shouJd o d some day daybear daybear daybear
bear to his ears ear3nor nor what w at campfires campfiresglow campfiresg campfiresglow
glow g w through thro gQ the forest what fate fatelurk fat fatlurk fatelurk
lurk for him in inthe the thickets neither neithercould neithecould neithercould
could he foretell that his determined determinedefforts determlnedetforts Ieterm1nedefforts
efforts a West Point his hlsbrae brave deeds deedsbefore de deedsbefore ds dsbefore
before the Castle of Chapultpec dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the Mexican War and ills strict strictobservance strIctobservance strictobservance
observance of duty during 4 rmg the ten tenyears tenears tenyears
years ears of his professorship profe orshlp at the Vliv Vlivginia Vlrginla V Vginia
ginia Military Institute Vere > vere ere strengthening strength strengtheningTits ¬
eningTits ening bts genius geniuswere were preparing hire hitafor hit hittor hirefor
for the Valley Valle March for tc Richmond Richmondfor RlchmonHfQrSh Richmoncfor
for fQrSh Sharpsburg Sh rpsburg and alas las fprChancel fprChancellorsville fQiChancellotsme for Chancel ChancelIorsvilie
lorsville lorsvilleI
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ed as a genera1rule general rule but of cfStonew StonewallJackson Stonewall StonewallJackson l lJackson I
Jackson It is certafnly true that the thenatural thenatural Thehatural
natural slowness of his intellect was wasnot w wasnolE s snot
not the disadvantage that it seemed seemedthe seemedth seemedthe
th the necessity for close application and andunremitting andunremitting andunremitting
unremitting effort during 1g his scio1days school schooldays scpQ9tdays
days was an apfm important rtant factor In Int tie tieformation tiefOrmation e ef
formation f rIIiatlon of 1lLccharCter hIs character and the thoj thojqualities thequalities J Jrqu
qualities allUes of 9fhla f his nature thusdevolved thu thus s devo1V devolved devolvedwre e i iwere 1 1w
rqu were w re of far more value to him in inafter 1nafter infter
after fter years than thananf any amount iiou l of easily easilyacquired eaSUYcqulrell easilyacqnirei
acquired knowledge could have ave been beenThat bee beeThat beeThat
That fame TO for forwhlcii which Tie was was thus th s prjv prjvnameWhen 110pared p ppared
pared first began m Illuminate his i1s i1snainewhen I Ina
nameWhen na he was as put in command comman of ofseyeral j jseveral I Is
several s veral companies of Virginia irgln1s cavalry cavalryon caval cavalon cavalryon
on the 23rd 3rd of May May1861these 1861 these So Sowas o owas 1 1was
was to mold into that at famous f us brigade brigadealways brl br1g4ealways el elalways
always so closely associated ssoclat soclt d d with wit W Wmemory 1l1smemory his hismemory
memory The Thenext8J1d nextHand lasttworears last lasttwo lasttwoears two twoyears
years ears of his life Ufewere were one ne long longm millj milljtary1 mill millta
tary1 ta triumph triump during which however ioweverhe 1o howeverhe ev r rhe
he was never n ver Imown known to forget togetthej togetthejGOO the theGod theGui
God ot tbattles battles to whOBajTie pam lleowQdbls lleowQdblsvf owed bis bisvictories 1s 1sc1ctoris
victories vf torles Well might 1tmenoften 1tmenofteni nls men en joff ofts1 ofts1hav a ahave
have i hav av sBd s of him himiSla asrMacaHlfty a1l1y a Hy said ot otanother Qtan9t otntber
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tie thi moralsk moIJllJ moralarayS J rays put the legions of ofike oflie f fe
lie e Mist YIstt IsV tonight tonightiTThe IQ IQPThe IIght IIghti
iTThe i TheWn fame of the Brigade was based basedalmost basedmost basedalmost
almost most as a ScJ Hiuca uc1i9B pa I JtS wonderfully wonderfuliyquick wooderluyl wonderfullyquick
quick l lck marches mareiiesenabU enabllBg 1g Jackson to toapi toaWeLir toaipear
api aWeLir > ear and n 1 ttlsappear l with rith his armyIn army armyin armyIn
in a most 1n9st in st artllng1 njaHner muneras as on itSgreat its itsgreat ts tsgreat
great victories and 1nac in accomplishing accomplishinghis ac OmpUsh oxnplishing oxnplishinghis ng ngliis
his plans Jackson Jackson was wa often very verysevere veri verrever
severe evereoJlhls ever on his men still they blew Snewhts new newbts
hts hIswatcRfl watch watekiji f l care would not D talloV allow allowtEem albo albothem
unnecessarily ssarily He real realized r real1z I Is ¬
tEem IIi 1ci b suffer 1 er nnece
1z ized d as s all al great commanders iayerealized l1a l1arealized haft haftrealized
realized since 1ncethe ce the < most mostancient ancient times timesthat Umesthat timesthat
that tn tbesecr the secret scr t of ofinDitarysucc military success successSlies successlies ss sslies
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g eat t Scamjiaigri Dlptg and lead a mighty mightytceep mightyaJIiy mightyarxity
aJIiy arxity to vtct vlctOr r y tbut but IIi the abilityto abilitytoKeep ability tO tOkeep
Keep p p k the t e courage cora e 6f f his men mento mentoknow to toknow to1qloW
know When tobe to bA stern and when to tobajenlerilu tobt tobe
bajenlerilu bajenleriluhus bt leJ 1enj 1enjTh nIentThu
Th Thu hus after ftera a certain cerlalnweary weary march marchwhen JJi rchn marchwhen
when n the evening shadows fell and andti andfootsore aitdthe
ti the footsore f otsOre soldiers so1dlerslong longed d for rest restSipnewall reston restSonewa1l
Sipnewall on wan Jackson J kson said Let the poor poorfellows poorl1owssleep poorfIbows
fellows l1owssleep Sleep I i will guard the t e camp campmyself campmyself campmyseIt
myself arid paced the rounds for foririany tJrmi 1rmany
many mi nY alonely hour beneath the star starHksky star11SkyWiththe starliksky
11SkyWiththe Hksky With the silence sUenreof ot slumber slumberaroand slumber1irOQnd slumberaroend
aroand him and nd only the Heyes eyes of ofGodr ofQRd ofGpsF
QRd Godr lookingdown looking dowuupon down upon him how howi bowdeep
i deep P and solemn must have been his histtfpugiitsL histQught8tPerJfap5there histughest
ttfpugiitsL tQught8tPerJfap5there ierilaps erliaps there came to him himsome hI hIsOme1l1mfoIeshadowings himsome
some sOme1l1mfoIeshadowings dim foreshadowmgs of futureevents future futureevents futureeVents
events Manassas where with fire fireaad fireBdblCOd fireand
and BdblCOd blood In the name of the South Southern Southen Southein ¬
ern cause cause his gallant companies companiesshould companiesshould s sshould
should be baptized the th Stonewall Bri Brigade Dr Drg Brgade ¬
gade g ethe the wonderful Valley ValleyM March Marchthe Marchthe ch chthe
the J terrific rrU1 battles of ofSdarpsburgand ofSdarpsburgandR1 Saarpsburg and andRichmond andRichmond
Richmond R1 hnio d As yet the thefut future re with withheld wil wilbeld withheld
held from fromhls his view those nights in ue ueyjlds 1ewlds nevids
the Shenandoah where wherethe wherrzie wheret
yjlds vids along
be the thesoldiers thesoldlersonly theoldIers
the t he blazing campfire should
soldiers soldlersonly only comfort when the only onlysound 0nlYsound onlysonnd
sound outside the camp should be b the thefar thefar thefar
far and lonelYecho lonely eclurof echo of their own voices voicesfrom v TOIC TOICfrom lc s sfrom
from the Blue Ridge accompanied by bythe bytk bythe
the tk brawling bnlwl gof of the river those days dayswhen dayswhen dayswhen
when he was W s to be bet their Rock IW of
Strength when he walked amo amothem
them a tall and commanding commandingfigUl3 figure figursita figurehis
blue blu eyes eyegwarm warm and an tender in inhtours inhOursot lnhburs
htours hOursot of peace yet with that shrewd shrewddry
mlle of othls his lurking somewhere somewherewithin somewl1erelthInt1iem somewherewithin
within lthInt1iem lthInt1iem1t them themiIt them3t
that the South Southcould SoutheQuId Southcould
3t It was w wellr well indeed
could not nolf foresee resee that fateful night nightin iughtIhtheWlld
when such acrushing aj ajcrushing a acrushing
in IhtheWlld the Wilderness rness
crushing blow was to be dealt to fler flercause aerCause eercause
allfamiliar with that thatfight thatlght thatfight
cause We W are
the thetragedy thetrag thetgedy
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fight ght near neal
tragedy trag dy of itcomes it comes afresh to us at aii atererYr ateery
i iv ia iaUnion
the theUnloJi theUnion
We know how
ererYr eery reading adin
Union Army under und r General Hooker Hookerarid Bookerand Hookerand
and General Sedgwick hoped to crushLee crush crushLee crushL
Lee L in May YaYlS6 1863 how ow waen w en Hook2rwas Hookar Hookarwas Hooksrwas
was at Chanceilorsville with the thegreater th2great thegiater
Jackson Ja kson kson1v re received e ec ¬
greater great r part of the army
ceived 1v led permission erjnIssIo from 1r mLeeto L Lee e to make makeone makeone makeone
one of othiS his favorite favoritefiank flank attacks attacksf attacksin attacks1nwhich attacksiflwhich f in inwhich
sosu sosucessfu1 sue successful sueceful ¬
which Tie had always been so
cessful 1ro 7rovr the t egreyclad eyclad Conedert Confeder Confederates ¬
ates t madetheir made their way ay Y through Utot ttwild Utotwild
thickly wooded region reaeV reaeVing rea reaJIlg realug
wild and it itWild
lug hHn the Union uoon camp campbY the by nightfall unsuspect at a ahHn a1iiiftw I IunsuspectS
El Eleventh e nth corps c Q ps with W Ith hoarse i10 e yenstriumph
triumph We W know 1reowhow how at firstc first firstcarried t tcarried
carried c rried all before them and were weredriven weredriven o oIrlinforcements
driven back bv the amva1 of Un Jl Jlinforcements n1ntoreements
Irlinforcements inforcements when the thefighUng thefighUngbroke fighting fightingbroke fightingbroke
line It Itwas Itwas Itas
broke out again all along the
was as nearly 10 lOn o oclock clpck clockand and the theorest theorestwas forest forestwas forestwas
was very < dark save s v for the pala palamoonlight palamOOnllght palemoonlight
moonlight that thatf found f u u d its ItswaY way between betweenthe betweenthe
the arching boughs NOW near n 1r atband at athand atband
band now farJnthe farln thedistance the distance echoed echoedthe echoe1iU echoelthe
the U e noise nolseofbft1e of battle b tIe when Jackson Jacksonwita Jacksoni Jacksoniwit Jacksonwith
wit his staff sth having bavlng been fired firedupJn firedupJnby upon uponby uponby
by the Union troops in i frOnt fronir turnedand turned turnedand turnedand
and as they turned tum d were fired at atggain 3tagaIn atagain
agaIn through a a mistake of the Con Confederates Confeaerates Confeierates ¬
federates Jackson fell fe l mortally mortallywounded mortallyounded mortallyounded
wounded ounded but without losing conscious consciousness consciounlss consciousnEss ¬
ness and was borne away on a Jitter Jittertils UtterHis flter flterIiz
His last last most famous anlous command was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given to Genera Parker P rker who being beinghardpressed beingbardpr beinghardpressed
hardpressed bardpr sed said s d so JJackson to Jackson who whoanswered wHoanswered wifoanswered
answered You must hold your
ground In d Qeneral Q ene neral ral you must m us t hold your ypurground yourgbund
ground And the ground was held heldto heldtQ heldto
to the glory of the South while her herleader herleader herleader
leader lay dying dyingas as the poet poe has said saidlike sal1lUke saidlike
like the eagle slain by tie arrow arrowwhich arrowwhIch
which he himself hJ 1seI had winged wingedA wIngedAfeYi
A AfeYi few days later with the thelmmortal thelmmortalw tbeimmortalwords immortal immortalwords
words w rds uttered unconsciously uncoJlsciouslyLet Let us uscross uscross
tin in th thei theisaaae the theshad e
cross s over the river andrest J Jsl1adethe
saaae sl1adethe the moment came when thegr the thegreat thegi4at j
great gr at leader passed over the dark darkriyer darkiter darkiiyer
riyer whichsepnrat which separates stwo two worlds and andrested andrested 4 4r
rested r ted pner under the shade of the Tree ree of ofLife otLife ofLi
Life LifesThus Li 4 4hus
LiThus Thus hus died he whose memory the thewhole thewol thewiole
whole country willchensh will chersh as long2S long2St long as asthe asthe
the t heartsof heilrts of its it people shall thrill thrillwith thrillwith 4 4with
with tbememory the memory of ogreat great deeds and andhpw andb andbow
bow b W before true Ue nobility noblU y of character characterthus characterthus chaiacterths
thus died e he of whom it t has truCifulr trutifiIl
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nation nationAnd 1 aUo aUoA ation ationAnd
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