The Federal Army of the Potomac retreats across the Rappahannock River, and the troops regroup in their original camps at Falmouth, Virginia.
President Abraham Lincoln and General-in-Chief Henry W. Halleck arrive at Aquia Creek to meet with Major-General Joseph Hooker regarding the Army of the Potomac’s latest defeat.
Federals attack the Confederate defenders on Marye’s Heights in a fight reminiscent of the Federal disaster at Fredericksburg last December.
Robert E. Lee’s Confederates resume their attacks in hopes of cutting off the Federal Army of the Potomac before it can reach the Rappahannock River.
Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson’s Confederates attack the unsuspecting Federal right flank, but Jackson is seriously wounded in the aftermath.
Robert E. Lee rushes to trap the Federal Army of the Potomac in the Wilderness, while Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson proposes one of the most daring maneuvers of the war.