Peninsular Campaign, Virgina
Union Leader: McClellan and Pope
Confederate Leader: Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, Stuart

This was a series of battles fought throughout Virgina and Maryland. McClellan keeps stalling and fails to take Richmond. Abraham Lincoln is recorded to have said “If you’re not using the army, can I borrow it?” McClelland was then fired. Stuart’s calvary rides around the Northern troops, taking prisoners and supplies. The South successfully holds off Union attacks on the Confederate Capital of Richmond, Virginia.

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