Shenandoah Valley Campaign Term Paper by Master Researcher

Shenandoah Valley Campaign
A review of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of the Civil War.
# 43263 | 1,650 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 22, 2003 in History (U.S. Civil War 1860-1865)

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This paper describes the Shenandoah Valley Campaign by "Stonewall" General Jackson during the Civil War. The paper relates that this campaign is arguably one of the most respected and talked about campaigns that took place in the Civil War. Each battle and each strategy is explained in detail and the paper includes the dates of each stage of the campaign.

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"Students throughout the nation spend many years studying the history of the country. They are taken through the foundation of America as well as the many things that have happened along the way, as we built ourselves to be what is currently considered the most powerful nation on earth. Some of the history making events that occurred along the way stand out more than the others. The battles of the civil war are among these events. There were certain historical figures who also made names for themselves and went down in history. General Stonewall Jackson is one such person. His dedication to the cause as well as the tragedy that took his life when accidental gunfire from his own troops killed him made him a household name. His many battles are illustrative of his constant devotion to the cause; however, one campaign stands out among the rest. The Shenandoah Valley Campaign is arguably one of the most respected and talked about campaigns that took place in the civil war. Under Jackson's keen leadership the Confederate troops marched northward and systematically removed obstacles to overtake territories in their way."

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