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The opening of the Second Manassas Campaign began in the shadow of Cedar Mountain in Northern Virginia as Brigadier General Nathaniel Bank’s Corps of General Pope’s Army of Virginia fought with Lieutenant General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson’s Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia. The battle cost the Federal forces 314 killed, 1,445 wounded and 662 missing, totaling 2381 of the 8,000 troops engaged. The Confederate forces suffered casualties of 241 killed, 1,120 wounded and 4 missing for 1,365 of the 16,800 Confederate troops employed by General Jackson.

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Cedar Run
Cedar Mountain
Slaughter Mountain
9th August 1862

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This marker is located on the new Culpepper Road and describes the fighting that occurred on Jackson’s left at the Crittenden farm lane gate. Major General A. P. Hill’s Division arrived, repelled the Federal attacking force, and drove them from the field.


After the left flank was stabilized partially due to the rallying force of Thomas J. Jackson personality but more the arrival of Major General A.P. Hill’s Division to the front and lack of support for Crawford’s Brigade, the Federal force was repulsed and fled down the Old Culpepper Road, which is to the left in this photograph.

Second Manassas:
A Second Chance for
the Union at Bull Run

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