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Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville | Civil War: The Battle of Chancellorsville - RVANews

Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville | Civil War: The Battle of Chancellorsville - RVANews

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Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville | ... the Battle of Chancellorsville. (AP Photo/Library of Congress

Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville | ... the Battle of Chancellorsville. (AP Photo/Library of Congress

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To most history travelers, Virginia is the Civil War. It is the state where the Battles of Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Petersburg, the Wilderness, and Manassas took place. The city of Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy. Appomattox saw the surrender of Lee to Grant. The campaigns that were fought here were led by some of the war's most visible leaders -- Lee, Jackson, Grant, Meade, Sheridan, Stuart, Mosby.

To most history travelers, Virginia is the Civil War. It is the state where the Battles of Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Petersburg, the Wilderness, and Manassas took place. The city of Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy. Appomattox saw the surrender of Lee to Grant. The campaigns that were fought here were led by some of the war's most visible leaders -- Lee, Jackson, Grant, Meade, Sheridan, Stuart, Mosby.

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Battle of Chancellorsville | ... Battle of Chancellorsville, May 1863. Credit: MPI/Hulton Archive/Getty

Battle of Chancellorsville | ... Battle of Chancellorsville, May 1863. Credit: MPI/Hulton Archive/Getty

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The Battle of Chancellorsville - Jackson's Flank Attack - Ultimate General: Civil War - YouTube

The Battle of Chancellorsville - Jackson's Flank Attack - Ultimate General: Civil War - YouTube

Daniel Galusha Bingham - Civil War Union Army Officer. He served during the Civil War as Colonel and commander of the 64th New York Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded at the Battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, the latter of which eventually forced him to resign in February 1864.

Daniel Galusha Bingham - Civil War Union Army Officer. He served during the Civil War as Colonel and commander of the 64th New York Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded at the Battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, the latter of which eventually forced him to resign in February 1864.

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Confederate Dead at Chancellorsville   Battle of Chancellorsville  Attrition was felt at the Battle of Chancellorsville on both sides.

Confederate Dead at Chancellorsville Battle of Chancellorsville Attrition was felt at the Battle of Chancellorsville on both sides.

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The Battle of Chancellorsville - A Live First Look - Ultimate General Civil War - YouTube

The Battle of Chancellorsville - A Live First Look - Ultimate General Civil War - YouTube