General Robert E. Lee's risky decision to divide his army and flank the Union General Joseph Hooker lead to a resounding Confederate victory and a Union retreat.
But, Lee lost one of his best men, Stonewall Jackson, due to friendly fire. As depicted on this hiking stick medallion, Jackson, along with several of his staff, was shot on horseback and, due to confusion, was not immediately given medical care. He died of pneumonia a few days later.
Whether you're taking in the scenes from the over 8,000 acres of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, or taking a hike through your own backyard, this unique hiking stick medallion makes a statement about your interest in history and our nations national parks!
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