Today is Saturday, July 21, 2018

Today in
U.S. Civil War History



1861 - The Union Army under General Irvin McDowell suffered a defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run when troops fell back to Washington. Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" in this battle.

1861 - Confederate general Barnard Elliott Bee Jr. died from wounds received at the first battle of Manassas (or Bull Run). During the battle, Bee cried, "Rally behind the Virginians! There stands Jackson like a stonewall!"


Like this topic here!



Tomorrow in U.S. Civil War History .

Do you want to put U.S. Civil War History on your site?
Click here.


U.S. Civil War Quotes

"You can have no conflict without being yourselves the aggressors."
- U.S. President Lincoln in his inauguration address on March 4, 1861.