Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s Confederates head east to reinforce Robert E. Lee on the Virginia Peninsula, while George B. McClellan continues fuming about his superiors in Washington.
Tag: Shenandoah Valley
No Correct Knowledge of the Enemy’s Movements
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson proclaims a day of thanksgiving for his army and sends a message to Robert E. Lee requesting more men so he can invade the North. But Lee has other ideas.
Stand Well on Your Guard
Robert E. Lee sends Confederate reinforcements to Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley with orders to crush the Federals opposing him.
The Battle of Port Republic
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson caps off his remarkable Shenandoah Valley campaign with another victory over the Federals sent to destroy him.
The Battle of Cross Keys
In Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, a portion of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s Confederate army meets a Federal advance from the northwest while Jackson faces a separate threat from the northeast.
“Stonewall” Jackson Makes a Stand
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s Confederate army continues moving south up the Shenandoah Valley and prepares to take on two Federal forces approaching from two different directions.