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Thomas Jonathan Jackson was born on 21 Jan 1824 in Clarksdale, Virginia. Now part of West Virgina.
He was of Scots and Irish heritage and his father and sister died when he was two. His mother heroically tried to carry on, although found it hard and Jackson was raised by his fathers brother. His mother remarried and died in childbirth in …
Took in the Museum of the Confederacy museum which includes a trip round the Confederate White House. Its a private museum, although is twinned with American Civil War Musem, so you can buy a ticket for both.
No lovely elderly ladies here, only men. One claimed Scottish descent as a Border Reiver and another did his accent which he learnt …
Had a bit of a lie in as lots of the things to visit don't open till 9 or even 10!!!!
Started in Capitol Square Park and had a wander round it. There is a Bell Tower which was used during the war to announce alarms. It's used now, apart from the hourly chime, to announce the Senate sessions and voting times.
At the time of the …
For those who are interested, up later this morning as I'm having an exploring day in the city..
Choice of breakfast includes waffles, biscuits ( scones) sausage, eggs, bacon, fruit, eggy bread, and steamed apples with cinnamon.....
Expecting 72 deg today with no clouds......... Eat your hearts out.......
There are some good walks in Richmond, although a lot of the city was destroyed by the Confederate Army as they left. They were meant to burn key army buildings but when they set the provision store alight they didn't realise how much alcohol was in it. By the time Lincoln visited 4 days later it was still smouldering.
I took in the …
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