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Fighting Jackson at Kernstown. by Nathan Kimball, Brevet Major-General, U. S. V. Early in 186
d moved forward, and was then advancing near Winchester.
Expecting that the enemy would resist his his cavalry,--at 10 o'clock,--he marched for Winchester, where the command arrived late in the eveni urned, intent upon victory, the recapture of Winchester, and the possession of the beautiful valley. our position and moving directly forward to Winchester.
My gallant line of skirmishers opened thei ore this want was supplied.
The losses at Kernstown were: Union, 118 killed, 450 wounded, 22 mis st, 1862, congratulated
Battle-field of Kernstown, Va., September, 1885.
On this side of the s , as he should choose, for the possession of Winchester, the key of the valley, and for us the posit his rear-guard also repulsed an attack near Kernstown.
At Winchester, another stand was made on e division, united, that had defeated him at Kernstown.
In the afternoon General Fremont succeed [10 more...]