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Portrait of Stonewall Jackson centered among images of his boyhood home, Jackson's Mill, Lewis County, (West) Virginia.
Portrait of Stonweall Jackson centered among images of his boyhood home, Jackson's Mill.
Jackson's Mill sits next to the river.
'Jackson's Mill, near Weston in Lewis County, is the boyhood home of 'Stonewall Jackson'. General Jackson's campaigns rank him as one of the great military strategists of all time.'
Young people seated on the foundation of the Lewis County Cottage under construction at Jackson's Mill 4-H Camp.
State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, which was the first in the nation when it opened in 1921.
The cover of The County Officer Magazine, West Virginia Edition. 'Jackson's Mill Birthplace of 4-H Clubs of America, at the site of General 'Stonewall' Jackson's boyhood home... this aerial view shows the main part of West Virginia's 4-H Camp located in Lewis County. It is the pioneer development of its kind not only in America but the entire world.'
Boyhood home of Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson at Jackson's Mill.
A view of several buildings at Jackson's Mill.
A view of a memorial stone at Jackson's Mill. It reads: 'This tablet marks the site of the boyhood home of General T. J. 'Stonewall' Jackson, a soldier of great military genius and renown, a man of resolute, pure and Christian character. Died May 10, 1863 of wounds received at the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia.'
A view of a residence enclosed by a wooden fence at Jackson's Mill with people sitting and standing on the porch.
A view of Jackson's Mill with two people below the building.
A view of Jackson's Mill with a man beside the building. 'Photo by or for Sam Barret.'
A collection of pictures from different sites at Jackson's Mill.
A drawing of the 'Boyhood Home of 'Stonewall' Jackson'.
People gather by the water at Jackson's Mill.
A view of the 'boyhood home of 'Stonewall' Jackson'.
'The old mill, still standing on the site of West Virginia 4-H Camp near Weston. Operated by an uncle of Stonewall Jackson, it was near the boyhood home of the great confederate leader.'
A view of Jackson's Mill beyond the river.
A close-up view of the mill.
The mill and it's reflection in the water.
A view of Jackson's Mill, some buildings to the left of the mill, and the river.
A drawing of Jackson's Mill, copywritten by the Sun Lumber Company.
A panoramic view of the mill and the river surrounding it.
A drawing of Jackson's Mill and Stonewall Jackson with a quote underneath his portrait.
'The ravages of time. The mill in 1886 with Joseph Clifton, owner, standing in the door.'
A view of the mill in the winter, with snow along the riverbanks.
A view of the Cummins Jackson house from the right front corner.
A view of some headstones in the Jackson family cemetery.
A view of some headstones in the Jackson family cemetery.