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SECOND MANASSAS (BULL RUN)
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Print, Second Manassas Battle
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The second battle of Bull Run, fought Augt. 29th 1862.
Army of Virginia and Confederate forces under Lee engaged in
battle, Union flags flying. Published by Currier & Ives, [1862?].
Lithograph, hand-colored.    (Additional information)





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SECOND MANASSAS
August 28-30, 1862


Estimated Casualties: 22,180 total (US 13,830; CS 8,350)
 



 
Stone House 1862 6     Stone House February - 1998
The Stone House, 1862 and 1998.
It was the center of fighting in both Manassas battles. In both cases, it was used as a hospital. Unknown are the agonies that were endured inside its stone walls.

 



 
Manassas 
   Battlefield Action
Second Manassas Battlefield Troop Movements.
In the text, the red numbers in parentheses
(3) ,
refer to the numbers on this map.



On August 27, 1862, after destroying the Union Army of Virginia's supply depot at Manassas Junction, Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson moved his Corps into the woods behind Groveton near Brawner Farm.
(1)



Brawner Farm House
Brawner Farm House - 2003
Appears to be under repair by the N.P.S.



 

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