Class Notes

The man who would be known as “Stonewall,” cut his teeth in the Mexican American War. It was there that he first earned a name for himself. As an artillery officer, he proved his mettle during the fight for Mexico City when he moved his battery to a dangerous forward position and pounded the enemy. He would earn three accommodations for bravery.

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