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Overview of the Chancellorsville Campaign

Overview of the Chancellorsville Campaign

The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville and the Second Battle of Fredericksburg, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

Original Author: Hal Jespersen

Created: Early twenty-first century

Medium: Digital map

Courtesy of Hal Jespersen

Chancellorsville, May 3

The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

Original Author: Hal Jespersen

Created: Early twenty-first century

Medium: Digital map

Courtesy of Hal Jespersen

Chancellorsville, May 4

The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

Original Author: Hal Jespersen

Created: Early twenty-first century

Medium: Digital map

Courtesy of Hal Jespersen

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  • Overview of the Chancellorsville Campaign

    The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville and the Second Battle of Fredericksburg, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

    Original Author: Hal Jespersen

    Created: Early twenty-first century

    Medium: Digital map

    Courtesy of Hal Jespersen

  • Chancellorsville, May 3

    The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

    Original Author: Hal Jespersen

    Created: Early twenty-first century

    Medium: Digital map

    Courtesy of Hal Jespersen

  • Chancellorsville, May 4

    The Chancellorsville Campaign, which culminated in the Battle of Chancellorsville, fought May 1–6, 1863, produced one of the most stunning and ambivalent Confederate victories of the American Civil War (1861–1865). This series of area and battlefield maps shows the movement of Union (blue) and Confederate (red) troops leading up to, during, and after the fighting, which took place in the Wilderness and, to the east, at the town of Fredericksburg.

    Original Author: Hal Jespersen

    Created: Early twenty-first century

    Medium: Digital map

    Courtesy of Hal Jespersen