During the night of June Eighth, Jackson shifted the bulk of his army north across the south fork of the Shenandoah River and on the following day attacked General Shields forces. The Federals retreated in defeat and left one thousand and eighteen casualties to six hundred and fifteen for the confederates and a victory conclude General Thomas J. Jackson brilliantly fought Valley Campaingn.

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Port Republic,
June 9 th, 1862

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General Jackson led his army across this field to engage the enemy at the battle of Port Republic.


General Winder and the famous “Stonewall Brigade" engaged Carroll’s brigade of James Shield’s division on these fields.


Federal troops under General James Shields were positioned behind this farm road waiting for the confederate attack.

Cedar Mountain, Virginia:
"Stonewall" Jackson begins
the Second Manassas Campaign

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