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In Roanoke County, Va., in June 1864, a Union wagon train was pinned down by Confederate forces while crossing a creek at the bottom of a steep valley. Quite the contrary; it is a matter of comprehending its grim reality. In the middle of the morning, the Union forces were forced to retreat back to the Chancellorsville House and would later form new lines to the south of the Rappahannock River. You might run into rain at just about any time of year, so hard to plan around that possibility.

Pages: 119

Publisher: Dept. of the Army (January 9, 2009)

ISBN: 0160817021

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