Publication Date

Fall 2018

Faculty Supervisor

John D. Poling


In 1861 the Civil War began and brought with it four years of devastation and destruction along with hundreds of thousands of casualties. The United States hung in the balance for these four crucial years and the battles and campaigns would decide the future of the nation. The Valley Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia in 1864 was a crucial campaign that helped decide the fate of the war and the nation.


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