The Battle of Chancellorsville

In a feature article of the May 2013 issue of Sky & Telescope, author Don Olson highlights the role of the Moon in Stonewall Jackson's fatal wounding. Below, we feature a gallery of images that couldn't fit in the magazine.

Battle of Bull Run
This circa-1890 painting shows Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of Bull Run.
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Battle of Bull Run
Another view of Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of Bull Run was painted in 1900.
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Jackson's flank attack in Chancellorsville
An engraving illustrates Jackson's flank attack in Chancellorsville.
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Jackson's attack in Chancellorsville
Jackson leads the flank attack on the Union right wing.
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Lee's last visit to Jackson's grave
General Robert E. Lee's last visit to Jackson's grave.
Don Olson Collection
Stonewall Jackson
An engraved-steel portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
Don Olson Collection
Stonewall Jackson's wounding
Below the portrait of Stonewall Jackson, a vignette shows the scene of his fatal wound.
Don Olson Collection
Stonewall Jackson's arm
David and Sharon Rodger pose at the final resting place of Stonewall Jackson's amputated arm.
David Rodger