Washington, D.C. #1 (Battle of Fort Stevens)
The Battle of Fort Stevens was fought 11-12 July 1864 inside the District of Columbia (Northwest). The battle did not have any major assaults but rather a set of skirmishes. The historical importance of this engagement was President Lincoln personally rode out and observed the battle, in which the President did come under fire from the Confederates.
Result: Union Victory
Created/Published: 1864 or 1865
Dimensions (Width x Height): 24x29
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