During a timout, brothers and fathers crossed the lines

Kelly, C. Brian
February 1998
Military History;Feb98, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p82
Editorial. Considers William Lowther `Mudwall' Jackson as more famous than his cousin Thomas `Stonewall' Jackson regarding the Battle of Bulltown in West Virginia in 1863. Characteristics of William Mudwall; Mudwall's participation in the battle; Mudwall's life had there not been a Civil War.


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