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Letter #14 THE THOMAS
JACKSON LETTERS

SAMPLE - IN AN AMERICAN SLAVE MARKET

An edited excerpt from one of Thomas Jackson's letters reporting on the pivotal event that motivated him to become a vigorous abolitionist and write most of these letters

Letter #14 WHAT TO
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Letter #14 RESPECT FOR
CONFEDERATES

A War for Southern Independence

Around 258,000 confederate soldiers died in the war. The Ambassadors for Thomas Jackson respect and honor the fact most of the people in the southern states felt strongly that they were fighting for pride, honor and principle. We acknowledge that to this day there remains controversy about some of the rights and wrongs of events that were carried out by both sides.

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