The following is a list of books and articles about Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan. Thomas Jackson Papers, Duke
University, Durham North Carolina, 1951.
4RE Mi 49-19.
_____________________. Letter, February
Robertson, James I. Stonewall Jackson, the Man, the Soldier,
the Legend, MacMillan Publishing, 1997.
Moore, Edward Alexander. The Story of a Cannoneer Under
Stonewall Jackson: in which is told the part taken by the
Rockbridge Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia, Neale
Publishing Co., 1907.
973 782 M821.
Bisset, Johnson. The Mysteries of Chancellorsville: Who
killed Stonewall Jackson, Hobson Book Press, 1945.
Bushong, Millard. Kessler. General Turner and Stonewall's
Valley Campaign,, Virginia Book Co., 1980.
_____________________ " Jackson in the Shenandoah," West
Virginia History, Charleston, WV, 1965-66.
Arc 1. 4:27
Freeman. Douglas S. Chapters from "Stonewall Jackson's"
Valley Campaign, 1944.
Shaw, Maurice. Stonewall Jackson's Surgeon: Hunter Holmes
McGuire, a Biography, H.E. Howard Inc., 1993.
Casler, John Overton. Four Years in the Stonewall
Brigade, Continental Book Co., 1951.
Chambers, Lenoir. The Whole Jackson; a Lecture Delivered in
Richmond, Virginia, at the Stonewall Jackson Commemorative
Dinner, Richmond, 1963.
B J14cm Pam.
______________. Stonewall Jackson, W. Morrow, 1959.
Cook, Roy Bird. The Family and Early Life of Stonewall
Jackson, Old Dominion Press, 1924.
______________. Thomas J. Jackson, a God-fearing Soldier of
the CSA, C.J. Krehbiel Co., n.d.
Anderson, John C. Notes on the Life of Stonewall Jackson and
Of His Campaigning in Virginia, 1861-1863. London, Hugh Rees,
Arnold, Thomas Jackson. Early Life and Letters of General
Thomas J. Jackson, "Stonewall" Jackson, Fleming H. Revell Co.,
Adams, Mrs. Julia (Davis). Stonewall, Dutton and Company,
Allan, William. History of the Campaign of General T.J.
(Stonewall) Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia,
Addey, Markinfield. Stonewall Jackson," the Life and Military
Career of Thomas Jonathan Jackson, Lieutenant-General in the
Confederate Army, New York, C.T. Evans, 1863.
Records of the Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Camps, United
Confederate Veterans, WV Division.
Cullop, Charles P. "English Reaction to Stonewall Jackson's
Death," West Virginia History , Charleston, WV. 1967-68.
Arc 1. 4:29.
Dabney, Robet Lewis.Life and Campaigns of Lieutenant General
Thomas J. Jackson, (Stonewall Jackson), Blelock and Co.,
Cooke, John Esten. Stonewall Jackson: a Military
Biography.., D.Appleton and Co., 1866.
______________. Stonewall Jackson and the Old Stonewall
Brigade, University of Virginia Press, 1954.
______________. The Life of Stonewall Jackson. C.B.
Crowson, E. "The High Tide of Confederate Fighting," West
Virginia History, Charleston, 1974-75.
Arc 1 4:36.
Chase, William C. Story of Stonewall Jackson, D.E. Luther
Chew, Roger Preston. Stonewall Jackson; Address of Colonel
R.P. Chew., Chief of Horse Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia,
Delivered at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia,
on the Unveiling of Ezekiel's Statute of General T.J. Jackson, June
19, 1912, Lexington, Rockbridge Co., News Print, 1912.
Clark, Champ. Decoying the Yanks, Jackson's Valley
Campaign, Time Life Books, 1984.
Clopton, John Jones. The True Stonewall Jackson,
Baltimore, Ruths' Sons Printers, 1913.
B J14cl Pam.
Douglas, Henry Kyd. I Rode with Stonewall Jackson...,
University of North Carolina Press, 1940.
Downer, Edward T. Stonewall Jackson's Shenandoah Calley
Campaign 1862, Jackson Memorial Inc., 1959.
973.731 D748 Pam.
Gilmer, Colonel Harry. Four Years in the Saddle, New
York, Harper, 1866.
Daniel, John Warwick. Character of Stonewall Jackson,
Lynchburg, Schaffter & Bryant Printers, 1868.
B J14dn Pam.
Davis, Burke. They Called Him Stonewall; Life of Lt. General
T.J. Jackson, CSA, New York, Rhinehart, 1954.
Debar, Joseph Hubert Diss, "Two Men; Old John Brown and
Stonewall Jackson of Worldwide Fame. Some Interesting Reminiscences
by a Man Who knew them Both," Clarksburg Telegraph,
B B81d Pam.
McLaughlin, William. Ceremonies Connected with the Unveiling
of the Bronze Statue of General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at
Lexington, Virginia, July 21st 1891. Baltimore, J. Murphy,
Kershaw, John. Address Delivered Before the Ladies' Memorial
Association and Citizens of Charleston, on Memorial Day, May 10,
1893, S.C. Daggett Printing Co., 1893.
973.713 K41 Pam.
Sutton, Felix. The Valiant Virginian, Stonewall Jackson,
New York, Julian Messner, 1961.
Kane, Harnett Thomas. The Gallant Mrs. Stonewall; a Novel
Based on the Lives of General and Mrs. Stonewall Jackson,
Williamson, Mary Lynn. The Life of General Thomas J. Jackson
"Stonewall," for the Young Fourth Grade Reader, Johnson
Publishing Co., 1899.
Daniel, John Warwick. Speeches and Orations of John Warwick
Daniel, compiled by his Son Edward M. Daniel, on Stonewall
Jackson, J.P. Bell Co., 1911.
Kemper and Hoge. Inauguration of the Jackson Statue, October
26, 1876, Richmond Virginia, Ellis Jones , 1885.
B J14i Pam.
New York University Library. Unveiling of the Bust and Tablet
for Thomas J. Jackson in the Auditorium of the Library of New York
University, May 19, n.p. 1957.
B J14u Pam.
Hopley, Catherine. "Stonewall" Jackson, Late General of the
Confederate States Army, London, Chapman and Hall, 1863.
Hovey, Carl. Stonewall Jackson, Boston, Small, Maynard
and Co., 1900.
B J14h 1908.
Gittings, John G. Personal Recollections of Stonewall
Jackson, Cincinnati, The Editor Publishing Co., 1899.
Henderson, George Francis Robert. Stonewall Jackson and the
American Civil War, New York, Longmans, Green and Co., 1899,
Jackson, Mrs. Mary Anna Morrison. Life and Letters of General
Thomas J. Jackson by his Wife Mary Anna Jackson, New York,
____________________________. Memoirs of Stonewall Jackson by
his Widow, Prentice Press, 1895.
Newbolt, Sir Henry John. The Book of the Thin Red Line,
New York, Green and Co., 1915.
Meador, Michael M. Historic Jackson's Mill; a Walking
Tour, McClain Printing Co., 1991.
Mayo, C. Stonewall Jackson From a Naval Standpoint. U.S.
Naval Institute, 1917.
B J14ma Pam.
Peterkin, G.W. An Address by Bishop Peterkin Before Camp
Jenkins in Parkersburg, WV in Celebration of the Birthday of
General Lee and Jackson, January 20, 1905. n.p.
973.7 P429 Pam.
Palmer, John Williamson. Stonewall Jackson's Way, W.K.
Selby, John Millin. Stonewall Jackson as Military
Commander, Van Norstrand, 1968.
Riley, Elihu S. "Stonewall Jackson" a Thesaurus of Anecdotes
of and Incidents in the Life of Lieut.-General Thomas Jonathan
Jackson, CSA, Annapolis, MD, 1920.
Randolph, Sarah Nicholas. The Life of General Thomas J.
Jackson, Lippincott & Co., 1876.
Bradburn, J. "Old Jack" and His Foot-cavalry, New York,
Smith, Edward C. Thomas Jonathan Jackson, 1824-1863,
Weston, WV., 1920.
Slaughter, Philip. A Sketch of the Life of Randolph
Raifax...Including a Brief Account of Jackson's Celebrated Valley
Campaign, Slaughter, 1878.
B F 164s.
Shaffer, Anna Jackson Preston. Stonewall
Jackson, a Sketch of the Life of Jackson ...Presented to the Senate on May 10, 1928, by
Hon. Cole L. Blease, Senator of South Carolina, Government
Printing Office, 1936.
B J14sh Pam.
Tanner, Robert G. Stonewall in the Valley, Shenandoah Valley
Campaign, Spring, 1962, Doubleday, 1976.
"A Glimpse," Weston Democrat, 12-2-1964.
"A Letter From Stonewall Jackson," WV News, 3-14-1957.
"A Glimpse of the Past," Weston Democrat, 6-13-1963.
"Alabama Stonewall Jackson Memorial Fund," 9-1955.
"Anniversary of Stonewall Jackson," Charleston Gazette, 1-20-1924.
"Bibliography of Works Concerning and Pertaining to...Thomas J.'Stonewall' Jackson, n.d.
"Book Review 'Mighty Stonewall' Presents Brilliant Portrait of Jackson," Exponent, 4- 28-1957.
"Bust of Jackson is Given to N.Y.U.," New York Times, 5-20-1957.
"Bust of Jackson to be Unveiled," Hinton Leader, 5-2-1957.
"City Native "Stonewall' Jackson Died 127 Years Ago Today," Clarksburg Telegram, 5- 10-1990.
"Clarksburg Reiterates Claim to Stonewall," Charleston Gazette, 8-19-1962.
"Cook Tells of lives of Lee and Jackson," Charleston Gazette, 1-18-1925.
"Daughters of Confederacy Cere.Unveil Bust of Gen. Jackson, St. Albans Advertiser, 5- 2-1957.
"Eat Your Heart Out Smithsonian," WV Hillbilly, 3-2-1989.
"Exhibits of Stonewall Jackson Days Attract Interest Here," Clarksburg Exponent, 5-4- 1957.
"Falling Waters and First Action in the Potomac Area," Boyd B. Stutler, 9-18-1960.
"Florida Atlantic Library Yields a Bonanza of Civil War Lore," Orlando Sentinel, 2-20- 1988.
"General Lee's Right Arm," WV Hillbilly, 7-20-1968.
"General T.J. Jackson Sketch, n.d.
"Grafton Man May Have Killed Stonewall Jackson," Daily Sentinel, 9-26-1972.
"Granite Marker Placed at the Grave of Julia Jackson Woodson, Mother of Stonewall, 3-21- 1980.
"Greasy Neal Distant Kin of Stonewall," Beckley Post Herald, 2-16-1965.
"High School Named for Stonewall Jackson..., Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram, 2-9- 1975.
"Historic Ansted Grave Gets Attention," Beckley Post Herald, 7-22-1981.
"Historical Drama Traces Life of Civil War General," Ritchie Gazette, 3-26-1992.
"History of Stonewall Jackson's Family is Typical of WV Pioneer Settlers, Gazette, 5-6- 1928.
"House Where Stonewall Jackson Died Changed into Museum ," Advertiser, 12-2-1926 .
"Isaac Newton Brake,... Vivid Personal Recollections of His First Cousin, Exponent, 4- 30-1930.
"Jackson Kin is Stonewall Too: On Stonewall St.," Clarksburg Telegram, 5-1-1957.
"Jackson Tablet Will be Unveiled Tuesday," Clarksburg-Exponent, 9-24-1911.
"Jackson Resigned From Gray Army". Exponent-Telegram, 12-18-1938.
"Jackson Visited Fayette Co. While Still VMI Professor," Charleston Daily Mail, 4-6- 1962.
"Jackson Called Military Genius," 5-22-1924.
"Jackson Was Great Man, Lincoln, Forney Agreed," Charleston Daily Mail, 8-20- 1959.
"Jackson's Mother is Buried at Ansted," Beckley Post Herald, 8-8-1969.
"Jackson's Birthday Noted," Clarksburg Exponent, 1-21-1992.
"Jackson's Life has Endless Interest...Ranks Famous W Virginian so High, Gazette, 12- 2-1923.
"Jackson's life Woven by Threads of Destiny," n.d.
'Jackson's Boyhood Home Still Mystery," Charleston Gazette, 8-6-1982.
"Julia Had a Mind of Her Own," Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram, 11-24-1991.
"Know Your State, Jackson's Mill," News Release, 7-27-1963.
"Lee-Jackson Memorial Dedicated May 1, Baltimore Association of Commerce," April, 1948.
"'Let Us Cross Over The River': The Final Illness of Stonewall Jackson," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, January 1995.
"Letter from US Military Academy about Stonewall's Records," 1-21-1965.
"Local Windows Show Historical Jackson Items," Clarksburg Telegram, 5-3-1957.
"MacArthur Lauds 'Stonewall' Jackson," New York Journal-American, 5-19-1957.
"Man o' War: The Life and Times of Stonewall Jackson," Charleston Gazette, 8-14- 1997.
"Many Statuew Honor Jackson," Charleston Gazette, 8-23-1959.
"Map Showing all os Stonewall Jackson's Movements, Stonewall Jackson Memorial, Inc., n.d.
"Memorial Needs Jackson's Letters," Letter from White House, 5-19-1955.
"News Release for Medal Honoring T.J. 'Stonewall' Jackson," Coin & Currency Institute, 1972.
"Oh, Dear, Clarksburg Will Be Mad," West Virginia Hillbilly, 6-15-1964.
"Old Account Describes In Detail Death of Gen. Stonewall Jackson," Exponent-Telegram, 4- 26-1931.
"Old Blue Light Special" Stonewall Jackson... Outdoor Drama..," Charleston Gazette, 6- 25-1992.
"Old Jack's Three Spots," West Virginia Hillbilly, 11-6-1986.
"Park That May... In the State Made Lasting Memorial to Stonewall Jackson," n.d.
"Parkersburg Resident Discovers Letter From General Jackson in Heirlooms, News, 6- 28-1964.
'Personal Reminiscences of Stonewall Jackson," n.d.
"Picture of Medal Honoring Stonewall Jackson," 1972.
"Religious Character of Stonewall Jackson," Stonewall Jackson Memorial, VMI, 6-23-1897.
"Remarks on Stonewall Jackson's Death., Congressional Record, 5-9-1963.
"Sketch of 'Uncle Mose' Stonewall Jackson's Nurse," Clarksburg-Exponent, 9-24- 1911.
"Something About Stonewall," Charleston Daily Mail, 12-27-1925.
"South Celebrates Birthday Two Great Confederate Generals," Huntington Advertiser, 1-20-1924.
"Souvenir Program for Unveiling Statue of Stonewall Jackson," 5-10-1953.
"Stone Marks Burial Place of Stonewall"s Left Arm," Charleston Daily Mail, 8-19- 1959.
"Stonewall Jackson and the Valley Campaign," 1878.
"Stonewall Jackson," American Heritage, 12-1996.
"Stonewall Jackson in Maryland," Century Magazine, n.d.
"Stonewall Jackson Biographical Information," www.vmi.edu/archtml/tjjbio.html.
"Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah," Century Magazine, 1885.
"Stonewall Jackson Bust Unveiled, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1958 &1959.
"Stonewall Jackson House Restoration Report, Historic Lexington Foundation, 1976-1981.
"Stonewall jackson's Mother Buried in Ansted Cemetery," Meadow River Post, 3-8- 1968.
"Stonewall Jackson Shrine," www.nps.gov/frsp/js.htm.
"Stonewall Jackson's Old Home and Shrine, Charleston Daily Mail,10-14-1923.
"Stonewall Club Marks Anniversary of Death of Clarksburg's Famed War Hero," 5-11- 1994.
"Stonewall Jackson, Lee's Right Arm, Illness Victim," Charleston Daily Mail, n.d.
"Stonewall Jackson, Incidents in the Early History of the Great Wizard," Courier Journal , n.d.
"Stonewall Jackson's Heritage," Kyle McCormick, Archives & History, 9-13-1959.
"Stonewall Jackson Resigns.. Richmond Meddles With His Army," Education Foundation, 12-3- 1961.
"Stonewall Jackson, He Being Dead, Yet Speaketh," n.d.
"Stonewall Jackson, by the Rev. Henry M. Field, D.D., Harper's, 11-1981.
"Stonewall Jackson Memorial, Inc." , n.d.
"Stonewall Jackson-Sportsman," West Virginia Hills & Streams, January-February, 1949.
"Stonewall's Grand-niece... Prepares to Move to Denver, Co," Republican Delta, 5-9- 1974.
"Stonewall's Birthplace Starts Tale of Two Cities," West Virginian, 6-19-1964.
'Stonewall's Last Eight Days," by Don S. Marsh, Charleston Gazette, 12-8-1957.
"Terrell, Birshtein Invited to N.Y. Ceremony for Jackson," Clarksburg Exponent, 5-2- 1957.
"There He Stood Like a Stonewall," West Virginia Hillbilly, 1-5-1989.
"To Honor Two Great Generals," Calhoun Chronicle, 2-21-1929.
"Town Topics, Portrait of Woman Maybe Elizabeth Cummings," Weston Democrat, 11- 12-1964.
"Tribute Paid to 'Stonewall' Jackson by His Native City, Clarksburg Exponent, 9-27- 1911.
"Unique Jackson Letter is Owned by Craddock," Exponent-Telegram, 2-19-1928.
"Winchester Has Shrine for West Virginia Son," Martinsburg Journal, 12-19-1963.
"Writer Disputes Clarksburg's Claim as Stonewall's Birthplace," Kyle McCormick, 3-28- 1958.
Virginia Military Institute Archives site featuring Frequently Asked Questions, biographical information, and the full text of some of the archives' Stonewall Jackson papers.
Information on Jackson's Lexington residence and a bibliography
National Park Service site
Notable Individuals in West Virginia History