Why did Stonewall Jackson eat so many lemons- did he have a lot of health problems?
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Answer . Jackson didn't want to be unfair so he ate the food his men ate..
Stonewall Jackson was a leading Confederate general during theCivil War. He was loved by his staff and men and was a devout Christian,proven by the fact that he would report all of his victories bystarting with "By God's grace.." Another answer: Lieutenant-General Thomas Jonathan Jackson was a corps commander inthe General Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. Another answer: Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was one of Confederate General Robert E.Lee's favorite Generals. Jackson proved himself to be an excellentgeneral. Stonewall Jackson was one of the leading generals for theConfederacy in the US Civil War. His nickname of Stonewall wasbased on his performance in the first Battle of Bull Run. Jacksondid in 1863 after the Battle of Chancellorsville by friendly fire.
Answer Eating is bad for your teeth. It causes them to become cold and brittle, making it easier to break them while biting down hard on ice. This information comes from the American Dental Association. Additionally, chewing ice is a symptom of anemia. This is your body telling you that you need more iron in your diet. Take an iron supplement and you will likely find that your desire to chew ice wanes.
Lemons are very good for your body! These sourpusses help your whole body, if you can manage the pucker. Romans thought they were so powerful that they could cure poison! Lemons are high in Vitamin C, which everyone needs for their daily diet. Lemons can lower a fever, prevent invections, help to heal wounds, and can help prevent sore throat, tonsilitis and asthma. Lemons can help strenghten blood vessels and will help you with High Blood Pressure. Lemons can also help increase Metabolism. It is also an old wives tale that if you mix lemon juice with water, it will kill a cold. Have Fun Experimenting!!!!
Very much so, he was also fond of peaches and believed that pepper in his food made his left leg ache.
Stonewall Jackson was one of the most famous generals of theAmerican Civil War. He won well over 50 battles.
No. "Stonewall" Jackson was Thomas Jonathan Jackson-- Stonewall wasa nickname he gained while a Confederate general in the Civil War. President Andrew Jackson was born in 1767 and died in 1845. General Stonewall Jackson was born in 1824 and died during the warin 1863, ironically as a result of "friendly fire."
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Jackson turned the battle around at Bull Run (Manassas). The day was going against the Rebel Army. An officer road by Jackson saying this. Jackson said, "If you think so, Sir, don't say anything more about it". From that moment on, Jackson found the best available ground to take a stand. The Union Army was then routed and sent panic stricken back to Washington. Why the Rebel Army did not take Washington (The Capital) following that route on that opening battle of the Civil War is a mystery. American Civil War, Confederate, Southern, Rebel, General Thomas J. "Stone wall" Jackson has been labeled by historians as a hypochondriac who rode into battle with one hand raised, Jackson said, "to keep the blood balanced". Just because he said he raised his hand above his head as he rode into battle to keep the blood balanced, does not mean he is a hypochondriac. Perhaps he said that because he didn't want people to know the truth of why he was doing it (i.e he did not want to cast his pearls before swine). He probably got asked that question over and over and was being facetious. ã I can guess with a pretty good degree of probability that because Jackson was a student of theology that the reason he raised his hand going into battle was no different than Moses raising his staff in the air as the Children of Israel fled for their lives from the approaching Armies of Egypt as they were crossing the parted Red Sea. As long as they could see Moses' staff raised, they took courage and pushed forward. Jackson surely did it to let his men know that God was with them and not to fear. Or perhaps Jackson did it for his own benefit, to keep up his own courage before God - for his men's sake. Jackson had his hand shot in doing so, but simply wrapped his hand and immediately held it back up.
Definately!!!!!! Eating disorders can be fatal and if you know someone with a eating disorder or you have one stop!! if being skinny is worth their life that's pathetic. Also they can make you fatter than before cause your metabolism goes down and you cant burn fat as well.
There are so many versions of this story that it seems something is being covered up. We know that his patrol returned to camp in the evening, and the sentry could not tell whether their uniforms were blue or grey, especially as they were covered in dust. When the sentry challenged them, it seems that one of the party answered in an unusual accent, which could have been a Northerner trying to sound like a Southerner. This had become a standard method for Northern patrols to get past enemy sentries, and a Confederate officer called Major Barry shouted "It's a d..n Yankee trick!" As for who fired the shot, we don't know. But there is also a persistent belief that Stonewall was deliberately assassinated. His subsequent position as one of the Confederate gods has tended to conceal that he was actually quite unpopular - eccentric in a way that was not attractive, and he had many enemies. In this, of course, he was no different from many Confederate generals, who often seemed to hate each other more than the enemy. Finally, we know that Major Barry felt guilty about his part in the incident, and died young of grief.
General Thomas J. Jackson was married twice. His first wife was Elinor Junkin whom he married August 4, 1853. She died October 22, 1854 from complications in child birth. His second wife was Mary Anna Morrison whom he married in 1857.
it could hurt something in your tummy if you eat loads and there is some more things but i dont know them but they are 4x healther than apples! . it could hurt something in your tummy if you eat loads and there is some more things but i dont know them but they are 4x healther than apples!
Lt. General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was in at least seven majorbattles in the US Civil War. He was killed during the battle ofChancellorsville by friendly fire on May 4, 1863.
Thomas Jackson was a General in the Confederate Army , and probably second only to Robert E. Lee in skill as a military tactician. He was given the nickname Stonewall at the first battle of Manassas. He died after being mistakenly shot by one of his own sentries.
Michael Jackson had a skin disorder (vitiligo) as well as lupus, and according to the autopsy he had arthritis of the spine and fingers and inflammation of the lungs.
Jackson earned his nickname in the first big battle of the war, the First Battle of Bull Run (or Manassas) in July 1861. From April to June 1862, as an independent commander, he led the southern forces in "The Valley Campaign" in the Shenandoah Valley. This is the only campaign of the war still relevant and studied today by students in military schools. Jackson fought and defeated three separate small Union armies, each of which was larger than his own. He drove the Yankees from the Valley and tied down an additional 60,000 Union troops, held in readiness between the Valley and Washington in case Jackson decided to attack Washington. The battles in the Valley Campaign included Cross Keys, Port Republic and Winchester. These battles made Jackson famous not just all over America but around the world. Jackson then joined his force with Robert E. Lee near Richmond, Virginia and together they fought "The Seven Days". This involved six separate battles over seven days which drove McClellan away from Richmond. Jackson's men took no part in the first of these, Mechanicsville, for which Jackson was criticized. Three days later Jackson was again slow to involve his corps in the battle. After McClellan was driven into a camp under the protection of the Union navy's gunboats the Confederates had to contend with another Union army, made up of the reformed fragments Jackson had defeated in the Valley plus the 60,000 who had guarded the approaches to Washington from him, now moving south, under John Pope. Jackson was sent north to met Pope, and fought and won at Cedar Mountain, then moved farther north, capturing a huge Union supply depot at Manassas Junction, which was looted and burned. Then Jackson began the Second Battle of Bull Run, joined for the last half of it by the rest of Lee's Army. After winning this battle the Confederates headed north into Maryland. On the way Jackson, with about half Lee's army, captured Harper's Ferry with about 12,000 Union troops taken prisoner. The Confederates then fought the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg), and then withdrew to Virginia. In December 1862 the Confederates, with Jackson, repulsed a Yankee attack at Fredericksburg, with severe loss to the Union. After remaining in winter quarters after Fredericksburg, the 1863 campaigning season opened with the Battle of Chancellorsville in early May. It was in this battle that Jackson was mortally wounded by his own men, and died a week later.
I own a puggle, and her heath is perfectly fine. She is a little over weight but I think that's due to the pug in her. I doesn't help she can jump super high and is able to get on tables, so she tends to eat our dinner off of the stove some time;)
No. Cheese contains Dairy which if we have a lot of will make us pretty unhealthy. It's okay to have a slice or two of cheese but don't eat a whole block in one day.
Yes eating paper can cause various health problems. Eating papercan cause stomach damage among other internal body problems.
Because he stood like a stonewall in the Battle of Bull Run in front of the union bridge and forced them to retreat to the north.
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Jackson entered the US Military Academy at West Point in 1842 and graduated in 1846. He served in the Mexican War and stayed in the US Army until 1861, so he served in the "old army for nine years or a little less. Jackson resigned from the Army to take a position as a professor at VMI - the Virginia Military Institute. This was a state-run military academy - just about every souther state had one. VMI still exists as a four year college, still turning out graduates who are then commissioned as officers in the US military. Jackson taught at the school for ten years, until the Civil War started. He served in the Confederate Army right at two years, until he was mortally wounded. So, all together, not counting the teaching at VMI, Jackson was an army officer for seven years and a cadet for four.
At the Battle of Chancellorsville, when his party returned from a reconnaissance and the sentry was panicked into shooting them by a Confederate major who thought they were Union troops. Stonewall's left arm had to be amputated, causing Lee to utter the famous line "You have lost your left arm, and I have lost my right arm." He was thought to be recovering, but had a relapse and died eight days after the incident.
No. He just couldn't keep food down. Ever since he was a child he didn't eat a lot.
Jackson was an extremely religious man. He was married to the daughter of a well known Presbyterian minister. Jackson taught for a dozen years or so at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. While living in Lexington he taught a Sunday School class for black children. He hated to fight battles (or even march) on Sundays, but had to quite often. Jackson was also a stern taskmaster and a strict disciplinarian. He had little sympathy for his own soldiers who collapsed on the grueling marches he required of them, which caused them to be sometimes called "foot cavalry", because they covered about as much distance as men mounted on horses. Once an officer requested a furlough to visit his wife, who was about to die. Jackson refused him, asking if he loved his wife more than his country. He was a strange man in many ways. He loved to suck on lemons. He sometimes went around with one arm (usually the left) held overhead, as he thought this helped equalize the "humors" in his body (his troops, who thought him the embodiment of an Old Testament warrior, believed he was calling down the judgment of heaven on his foes). He could sleep anywhere, even with cannon roaring nearby (he was probably constantly exhausted). Once an officer expressed regret over having to kill a Yankee who had demonstrated great bravery. Jackson completely disagreed, saying that the brave ones should be killed as fast as possible.
I think you might need to rephrase your question because is makes no sense whatsoever. Don't worry about leaving a long question because if you do then you will get a more specific answer. Sorry to get your hopes up about this actually being answered.
80, because there are 400 cents in 4 Dollars, and 400 divided by 5 = 80.
By not eating enough food you lose a lot of nutrients that you need to work and move.
you cannot get any health problems from eating snow it is just water frozen while falling through clouds of a lower temperature. now if u have Eaton snow that people have urinated on or in other ways disturbed yes u can get ill from it
Colonists held fast to the maxim that 'good fences make good neighbors'... and rocks are plentiful!
He had never tasted butter until he was a young man. When he triedit for the first time he liked it so much he was afriad that hisdesire for it would hinder his relationship with God. It would become an idol.
Probably because they are very active and eat fast or a lot. like bloat can happen if you have ur dog eat and then it will run around and its stomach might twist. or they could get arthritis because of how much they run. they dont have a ton of them though.
because a yankee general looking over the horizon saw Jackson and remarked" there stands jackson like a stone wall
One, a daughter named Julia. She was born during the war, and he only saw her once. She did not live to be very old, but she did grow up and get married. She had no children though. NEW RESPONDENT He got two daughters: Mary Graham Jackson born Feb. 1858 died May 1858. Julia Laura Jackson Born 1862 died 1889. Julia Laura Jackson got two children: Julia Jackson Christian born 1887 died 1991. Thomas Jonathan Jackson Christian born 1888 died 1952.
stonewall got shot 16 times in the arm and legs and 3 in the stomach
Cavalier King Charles are prone to eyes problems and heart problems, specifically MVD (Mitro Valve Disease) which is a heart problem that older Cavies can get. As long as you make sure that you get your Cavie from a good breeder, and that the parents' didn't have heart or eye problems, your dog should be healthy.
I'm pretty sure it was because the soldiers under his command said he was as tough as a "stonewall" and it just stuck. I'm not sure, though. Look it up on Google; you can find anything, on that thing! Good Luck!
At the First Battle of Bull Run, when a Confederate Brigadier called Barnard Bee shouted "There is Jackson standing like a stone wall!" It is not clear whether he was praising Jackson for his fortitude or criticising him for not coming across to help Bee's own brigade. Posterity has preferred the first version, where he follows his cry with "Rally behind the Virginians!" As Bee was mortally wounded later that day, it has never been possible to establish the truth.
Anyone can have virtually any health problem, whether physical or mental. There are far too many to list in this answer box.
Because if you eat lots of junk food , it will go through your system and make you unhealthy.
Yes. There are different limitations to what you can and cannot eat when you have particular disease.
Having a lot of health problems could be dangerous for your body in terms of your body working harder than normal to do every day functions. Proper nutrition and an active lifestyle can help ease some of the problems you may be facing. You should consult a doctor to be sure that you are healthy enough to work out.
No, although eating too many lemons cannot seriously effect your health it can cause one problem. Eating to many lemons may cause a deficiency in the bladder and all of the hydroformic acids in the lemons may not be filtered out. This may cause a slight discoloration in your urine, often a light blue color. If your urine is a dark purple you may want to consult a doctor.
The iPhone 5c is 640 x 1136 pixels. That is about 326 pixels persquare inch (ppi).
Clarksburg, Virginia, at that time. The town is now in the state of West Virginia.
The iPhone 5c has an 8 megapixel camera on the rear and a 1.2megapixel camera on the front. It has the same camera as the iPhone5 and the iPhone 5s.
The screen is 4" big. The height is 4.9", width is 2.33" and thedepth is 0.35"
1 dollar = 100 cents = 5 cents x 20 then 18 x 20 = 360 Answer: there are 360 5 cent coins in $18
question does not say 10 what 2 x 5c coins = 10c 200 x 5c coins = $10