The Museum of Southern History
Preserving the History, Ideals and Chivalry of the South.
4304 Herschel St., Jacksonville, Florida 32210
Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson (1824-63) is shown in the portrait above the actual shoulder epaulettes he wore during the Mexican War (1846-48) shortly after graduating from West Point.
The original Battle Flag of the 19th Georgia Infantry under the command of COL John H. Neal is proudly displayed among the many flags in the museum.
The museum volunteer is teaching a young boy how to properly load gun powder into an old musket in preparation for firing.
Visitors looking at a diorama of the Battle of Olustee with the original Battle Flag of the 19th Georgia Infantry who fought at Olustee.
A group of students looking at the diorama of the Battle of Sharpsburg and listening to an explanation of the battle.
Here a group of students have a chance to see actual old weapons and are being taught the purpose of each and how it was operated. The young boys are always interested in this display.