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Fighting Jackson at Kernstown. by Nathan Kimball, Brevet Major-General, U. S. V. Early in 1862 the division of the Union army afterward commanded by General Ja
ivisions under General Banks in the operations already begun against Stonewall Jackson.
For an account of Jackson's early operations in the valley, see Vol.
I., ilton's troops occupied the city and its defenses without serious opposition.
Jackson, having abandoned the place, retreated up the valley toward Strasburg.
On the make a reconnoissance, moved out from Winchester, following the route taken by Jackson along the turnpike up the valley toward Staunton, with flanking parties of cav being followed by the enemy.
General Shields reported to General Banks that Jackson had fled with his army from the valley, leaving only a small force under Ashby e beyond the Shenandoah at Mount Jackson.
General Banks, now satisfied that Jackson had abandoned the valley, or that his force was too small and he too cautious