Chancellorsville was the site of the bloodiest fighting of the Civil War. It was also the site of some of Confederate General Lee's most brilliant tactics. At Chancellorsville, Lee divided his forces, flanked the enemy, and routed a numerically superior army.
This pin depicts the moment when Stonewall Jackson, on his horse, was struck by friendly fire. He died a few days later of pneumonia. Being Lee's most effective battlefield commander, the loss of Jackson was devastating to the Confederate cause.
Use this pin to mark your visit on a map in your home. It also makes a great gift to the Civil War historian in your life!
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