During the First Battle of Manassas (or "Bull Run"), the confederate
officers saw General Jackson sitting on his horse "Like a Stone Wall," which bullets were
buzzing around evrywhere. Stonewall Jackson (as he was
now nicknamed) was a man of very strong faith in God. He belived strongly, that when it was God's Time for Jackson to meet His Maker, then it was time. This is what enabled General Jackson
to stand pat during the heat of battle. This inspired his men not to retreat, but stay and fight, which they did, and won
the battle. General Jackson's Millitary Leadership was very instrumental in the Confederate Victories at First
and Second Battles of Bull Run and Fredericksburg. He also engineered the sneak attack at Chancellorsville, which was a huge
success. After reutrning to camp after the Battle of Chancellorsville, he was accidently wounded by some of his own men.
Stonewall Jackson had to have his arm amputated. Infection set in and Stonewall Jackson died a few days later.