Map Detail: Section from a map of the Battle of Kernstown by Robert Knox Sneden
Photo Detail: Section from a photo of the German Division sent against Stonewall Jackson
Artwork Detail: From a drawing of the Attack of the Pennsylvania Bucktails against Jackson
Artwork Detail:The Valley of the Shenandoah - Stonewall Jackson’s Camp near Mt. Jackson
Artwork Detail:Genl. Shields at the Battle of Winchester (Kernstown) on March 23, 1862
The Shenandoah Campaign - 1862. The campaign conducted by Maj. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley in the spring of 1862 is considered one of the most brilliant in United States, if not world, military history. Vastly outnumbered, and at times, facing three Union armies, Jackson managed in less than three months to march his Army of the Valley hundreds of miles and fight a series of engagements (including five pitched battles) in a masterpiece of military art that ultimately created a grand diversion which tied up thousands of Union troops threatening Richmond.
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