The monument to Brigadier General Thomas J. Jackson was designed by Joseph Polia and erected by the State of Virginia and the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1940. Cast in bronze, the statue portrays Jackson on his horse Little Sorrel in a neo-classical style reserved for conquering heroes. His proud posture reflects Jackson's steadfastness during the First Battle of Manassas in 1861 where his leadership under fire rallied the Confederate soldiers around him to hold their line. It was nearby that Jackson earned his famous nickname as quoted by a Confederate commander: there stands Jackson like a stone wall.
This replica is made of bronze polyresin. It stands approximately six inches tall, with a base that is two and a half by four inches wide.