On Our Own Soil

William Lowther Jackson And The Civil War In West Virginia"s Mountains by Ronald V. Hardway

Publisher: Quarrier Press

Written in English
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Jackson bio/half battle history of 19th & 20th Virginia Cavalries). The biographical materials are brief but fairly well researched, covering Jackson's family history, his antebellum career in northwestern Virginia, and his.

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I found answers to the many questions I had in the book and in lecture. I found that having taken a geology and chemistry class beforehand gave me a lot of context into the weathering of minerals, ionic forms of nutrients, and how they're taken up and used by plants.