Stonewall's Winchester Headquarters

Smeltzer, Harry
October 2011
Civil War Times;Oct2011, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p26
The article discusses the Winchester, Virginia, headquarters, called Alta Vista, of Confederate lieutenant general "Stonewall" Jackson during the early part of the U.S. Civil War. According to the article, Alta Vista was a home offered to Jackson by Winchester resident and former Confederate soldier Lewis Tilghman Moore. The article states that Jackson planned the Romney Expedition and Valley Campaign at Alta Vista. The article states that Alta Vista is a museum owned by the city of Winchester.


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