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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 17: Pope's campaign in Virginia. (search)
ul. Dissatisfied with Hatch, Pope relieved him of his command, and made General John Buford the chief of Banks's cavalry in his stead. Detachments sent out by Getes from Orange Court-House; and the Rapid Anna was picketed by the ,cavalry of Buford and Bayard from the foot of the Blue Ridge to the Raccoon Ford, eastward of the, leaving a part of his dead unburied. He was pursued as far as that stream by Buford, with cavalry and artillery, and in the course of a day or two heavy rains plac morning, and went on toward Waterloo Bridge. The latter point was occupied by Buford's cavalry at noon, Aug. 24. and Sigel's advance under Milroy arrived there late in the afternoon. Pope's army now faced westward, with Sigel's corps and Buford's cavalry near the Rappahannock, at Waterloo Bridge, and Banks just behind them. ween it and Haymarket, had encountered Ricketts' division, with the cavalry of, Buford and Bayard, which had marched to confront him. An active engagement ensued, and