Bull Run (Manassas) I Hand Drawn Battle Map
The First Battle of Bull Run, or by the Confederates as the First Battle of Manassas, was fought on 21 July 1861. It is considered the first major battle of the Civil War. The Confederate forces of the Army of the Potomac (later renamed the Army of Northern Virginia) under General Beauregard beat the Union Forces of the Army of Northeastern Virginia led by General McDowell. Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Jackson received his nickname "Stonewall" on the field here. The battle took place roughly 25 west of Washington D.C.
This hand drawn map shows the start of the battle with the Potomac River on the eastern border of the map and the Warrenton Pike slicing through the center.
Result: Confederate Victory
Created/Published: Unknown between 1861-1865
Dimensions (Width x Height): 17x22.2
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