We've all heard the story of Jackson standing "like a stone wall" at Manasssas, but apparently there are differing versions of the story. For example, my brother read the book "I Rode with Stonewall" by one of Jackson's aids ( I can't remember the name). In that book, the author claims that Barnard Bee made the statement after he was wounded, and while he was dying on the field, not as a rally before he charged. Also, he writes that Bee said "there stands Jackson's Brigade like a stone wall", not referring to Jackson alone. I was wondering if you all know any more, or any place where I could research that subject?