1865 - Mrs. Jackson in Charlotte

Now that the Civil War has ended, refugees find their way back home. Mary Anna Morrison Jackson takes up residence in a spacious house shaded by oak trees on Charlotte's West Trade Street. Mrs. Jackson is a war widow. Her husband, Confederate General Thomas A. "Stonewall" Jackson, died from wounds he suffered at the battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia.
Jackson home
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson's home

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