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  • Generals at Bull Run General Irwin McDowell vs.General PGT Beauregard
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  • Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson
  • Anaconda Plan
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  • Jefferson Davis – President of CSA
  • Battle of Shiloh – April 1862
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  • Battle of Antietam September 1862
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  • Battle of Fredericksburg December 13, 1862 Ambrose E. Burnside
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  • Battle of Chancellorsville May 1, 1863 Joseph “Fighting Joe” Hooker Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson “ Old Blue Light James Ewell Brown 'Jeb' Stuart
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  • Battle of Vicksburg – July 1863 Gen. Albert Johnson
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  • Battle of the Wilderness
    • Grant took his army of 155,000 men (2X that of Lee’s) and headed directly towards Richmond in hopes of engaging Lee.
    • May 1864
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  • Siege of Petersburg
  • Sherman’s March
    • Major General William Tecumseh Sherman
    • On November 12, 1864, Sherman marched out of Atlanta toward the Atlantic coast.
    • Tracing a line of march between Macon and Augusta, he carved a sixty-mile wide swath of destruction in the Confederacy's heartland.
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