Mobilizing the Troops
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We need a bigger and stronger Army!
General PGT Beauregard gathered at Bull Run River right outside Washington. They planned for a Union Attack.
People sat a few miles away to watch the battle. They became horrified by the chaos and death that followed. The fight started out well for the Union until they had to retreat. General Jackson became known as Stonewall Jackson after this battle. He was also one of the most effective commanders for the the Confederate Army.
The call for soldiers went up from 75,000 to 500,000. Teachers, key government workers, and planters with at least 20 Africa American Slaves were not aloud. National Draft was declared in 1863.
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