Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior to Southern Redeemer

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Selected Virginia Battle Sites72
Manassas, Virginia, July 21, 186174
The Peninsula, 186292
Seven Pines, May 31, 186295
Maryland Campaign and Chambersburg Raid, 1862114
Frederick, Maryland, September 12, 1862115
Barbee’s Crossroads, November 5, 1862130
Hampton’s Winter Raids, 1862–1863131
Brandy Station, June 9, 1863146
Cavalry’s Route to Gettysburg, June–July 1863154
Haw’s Shop, May 28, 1864196
Trevilian Campaign, June 1864204
Situation at Trevilian, Midmorning, June 11, 1864208
Battle of Trevilian Station, Second Day, June 12, 1864214
Samaria Church, June 24, 1864222
Hampton’s Battles around Petersburg, 1864232
Hampton’s Beefsteak Raid, September 16–19, 1864236
Columbia, South Carolina, February 1865260
Carolinas Campaign, Mid-March 1865262
Monroe’s Crossroads, March 10, 1865274
Bentonville Vicinity282
Confederate Counterattack at Bentonville, March 21, 1865286

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