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Cedar Mountain — Pope's advance is checked
Pickets on reserve — across this wheatfield the Union charge was swept back by Stonewall Jackson
Where the commander heard the cannonading: Pope's headquarters during the battle of Cedar Mountain
The Hudson farmhouse, with its mossy shingles, vines, and aged locust trees, suggests anything but the storm-center of a nation at war. Yet it was here that General John Pope set up his headquarters while his eight thousand trained soldiers under General Banks sped toward Gordonsville, to strike the first blow of what the new general had promised would be a series of victories.
As this picture was taken, the New York Herald wagon stands plainly in view to the left of the porch; the newspaper correspondents prepared to despatch big stories.
John Pope was the leader whose swift success in capturing New Madrid and Island Number10 in the Mississippi campaign formed a brilliant contrast, in the popular mind, to the failure of the Easte