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Chapter 13: Port Republic. It has been related how General Jackson. assembled his army at St
he former of these results was effected at Port Republic; and to this spot the narrative now leads. valley road, and turned eastward, towards Port Republic; a smaller place upon the south fork of th the approaches on the side of Shields.
In Port Republic itself he stationed no troops save a detac y which the plan of action was dictated at Port Republic, some of them have probably appeared to hi own road crosses that from Harrisonburg to Port Republic.
This range of hills crosses the latter h actual achievements of General Jackson at Port Republic were as brilliant as anything in the histo ield-pieces, which commanded the road from Port Republic, and all the fields adjacent to it.
Ge eir return, they saw the hills opposite to Port Republic, black with the troops of Fremont, who had Colonel Munford, crossing the river above Port Republic, pursued to Harrisonburg, which they enter [9 more...] [5 more...]