First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas) Part of the American Civil War: First Battle of Bull Run, chromolithograph by Kurz & Allison
... the Battle of First Manassas (Bull Run). It was here that two green armies met in the field for the first time. ...
First Battle of Bull Run. The unexperienced Union Army faces 30,000 Confederate troops in the first land battle of the Civil War. A Decisive Confederate victory ...
The First Battle of Bull Run (or First Manassas) had ended with a surprising Confederate victory and a humiliating Union flight. Eventually, however, ...
Dates: July 21, 1861. Location: Manassas, Virginia. The Battle was called the First Battle of Bull Run by the north because of a stream where it was fought.
Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson received his nickname - "Stonewall" - at the First Battle of Bull Run. During the early hours of the battle, the Confederate ...
Bull Run, FIRST BATTLE OF: The gathering of Confederate troops at MANASSAS JUNCTION required prompt and vigorous movements for the defense of Washington, D. C. ...
The First Battle of Bull Run was fought July 21, 1861, during the Civil War. The battle was the first major engagement between Union and Confederate forces.
Article Details: The First Battle of Bull Run. Author. History.com Staff. Website Name. History.com. Year Published. 2009. Title. The First Battle of Bull Run
The Battle of Bull Run convinced the Lincoln administration and the North that the Civil War would be a long and costly affair.