Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson
served on the VMI Faculty as Professor of Natural and
Experimental Philosophy & Instructor of Artillery from
August 1851 until the beginning of the Civil War in April
1861. The Virginia Military Institute Archives holds a large
collection of Stonewall Jackson's personal papers, Jackson
images, and other information about his life and times.
Included on this page are links to full text correspondence,
as well as to full text information about various topics of
interest to Jackson researchers.
Perennial favorites: Who shot Jackson?
What was the name of his horse? Where is he buried? & more!
An online exhibit
Stonewall Jackson Papers
Read full text& view original documents
Significant events & brief biography
Jackson Family Genealogy
Descendants and ancestors
Death and Funeral, May 1863
Letters, obituary, other documents
Major Jackson, Professor at VMI
His controversial teaching career
Execution of John Brown
Jackson's eyewitness account, 1859
Books About Jackson
A list of selected published resources
Sandie Pendleton Papers, 1862-1863