Unknown Story
Updated: 5/19/2020
Unknown Story

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  • April 6-7, 186222,720 total deathsUnion deaths- 12,400Confederate deaths- 10,320
  • General George B. McCllelan
  • General Robert E. Lee
  • Don't lose that
  • SpecialOrder 191
  • Somehow the Union army got a hold of the Confederate army's attack plans. This gave them an advantage.
  • This battle was the bloodiest civil war battle yet. Both sides suffered many losses
  • The first part of the battle took place in a cornfield north of the town. The second part of the battle took place a sunken road which earned the nickname "bloody lane" because so many men died there. The last part of the battle was on a bridge known as "Burnside's Bridge" because Union General Ambrose Burnside led his troops across the bridge.
  • I have issued the Emancipation Proclamation. It will free all slaves in the South once we (the Union) take it back.
  • Emancipation Proclamation