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On the west lawn facing south, this white marble statue of General Thomas Stonewall Jackson, a native son, honors those from the state who fought for the Confederacy. The memorial states that he was born in Charleston which now is West Virginia. The statue was carved by Sir Moses Ezekial. The statue was on the original capitol complex and was moved to this new location in 1976.

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West Virigina Confederate Memorial
   
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