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  1. Jul 13,  · Hello and welcome to our Confederacy play through of Ultimate General: Civil War. This is by the same people who developed Ultimate General: Gettysburg but will span the entire conflict of .
  2. Sep 28,  · According to Longstreet's aide, Tom Goree, "before midnight we had abandoned all the splendid positions (Mason's, Munson's & Upton's Hills) which we held in front of the enemy and in sight of the Potomac & Washington." (in Cutrer ) The Confederate Army had surrendered the high ground without a fight.
  3. Not So Quiet Along the Potomac: The Union Army and the 1st Year of the Civil War in Montgomery and Frederick County Sunday, November 10th pm - pm Discover the history of the Civil War coming to the Potomac River and the C&O Canal, presented by VIP Jim Buchanan.
  4. The Army of the Potomac beats an outnumbered Confederate force at Williamsburg Virginia on May 5, Union General McClellan occupies the city the next day. Asked in US Civil War, Virginia.
  5. The advanced forces of the Confederate Army sat astride Munson's and Mason's Hills, within a few miles of the Union lines and Washington. The exposed position of the advanced elements worried Johnston, and only a few weeks before, he had vetoed Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard's suggestion for a general advance closer to the Federal capital.
  6. Dec 31,  · Join me and lets play Ultimate General: Civil War as the Confederate States of America! Be sure to like, sub, and comment! Thanks everyone.
  7. Start studying Civil War Recovery. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  8. The Confederate Army of the Potomac, whose name was short-lived, was the command under Brig. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard in the early days of the American Civil acenanbigsavab.neyfearipisubspiccegenpostvachiptee.infoinfo only major combat action was the First Battle of Bull acenanbigsavab.neyfearipisubspiccegenpostvachiptee.infoinfoards, the Army of the Shenandoah was merged into the Army of the Potomac with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the commander of the Shenandoah, taking command.

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