"The Great Must Fall as Well as the Small"
From: davyandjim@sprintmail.com
In the spring of 1863, two events occurred at Chancellorsville, Virginia, that would change the course of American history.  The Battle of Chancellorsville was fought between 1-6 May, and, one the second day of this conflict, the second bloodiest day of the War, in a tragic case of mistaken identity, Lt. General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson was fired upon by his own troops and greviously wounded.
The Confederacy won the battle, thanks to the audacious decisions of General Robert E. Lee.  Many historians argue that it was this victory that gave Lee both the confidence and the backing of his government to make an advance into Pennsylvania.  However, on Sunday, 10 May 1863, the man Lee depended on above all others died and the Confederacy lost its best hope for winning the War.
The Pearce Civil War (sic) and Western Art Museum at Navarro College in Corsicana (TX) will have on display in its "Civil War" gallery 15 January – 30 June 2013 an exhibit exploring both the Battle of Chancellorsville and the death of "Stonewall" Jackson.