The Resource Battle of Cross Keys, June 8, 1862, Mark C. Collier

Battle of Cross Keys, June 8, 1862, Mark C. Collier

Label
Battle of Cross Keys, June 8, 1862, Mark C. Collier
Publication
Note
  • "This packet is designed to supplement reading material and to be taken to the field. It consists of three parts: an outline of the battle including a glossary and a list of references, the maps and overlay, and an operations matrix [for both Union and Confederate units]."
  • Various phases of the battle are represented using different map sheets depicting the terrain the way it was in 1862. The overlay map depicts current twentieth century surroundings (ex: state routes and businesses)
  • The battle of Cross Keys engaged under 20,000 soldiers total, with approx. 3,000 casualties. It involved forces under the command of Gen. Stonewall Jackson (Confederate) and Gen. Fremont (Union). This engagement has been defined as the fifth of six combats comprising Jackson's Valley Campaign and was considered a victory due to Fremont's withdrawal from the battlefield
Accompanying material
accompanying text [4] sheets.
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25000
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  • Scale 1:25,000. 2 1/2 inches = one mile.
Control code
41152795
Dimensions
28 x 22 cm. +
Extent
3 maps, incl. 1 map overlay
Other physical details
col.

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