General Stonewall Jackson on his horse Little Sorrel. The young man and woman chiseled on the front of the granite pedestal are Valor and Faith—words that sum up Jackson.  Sculptor Charles Keck called it his best work, and it is now ranked among the foremost equestrian statues in the world, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information about the statue of Jackson click here.

The City is now threatening to dig up the gardens around this statue, and clutter the park with distractions deliberately to reduce its visual impact and obscure it.