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The battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill)

Charles V. Mauro

The battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill)

a monumental storm

by Charles V. Mauro

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Published by Fairfax County History Commission in [Fairfax, Va.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Battlefields,
  • Historic sites,
  • Chantilly Region (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Chantilly, Battle of, Va., 1862.,
    • Battlefields -- Virginia -- Chantilly Region -- Guidebooks.,
    • Historic sites -- Virginia -- Chantilly Region -- Guidebooks.,
    • Chantilly Region (Va.) -- Tours.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-94) and index.

      Statementby Charles V. Mauro.
      GenreGuidebooks., Tours.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE473.77 .M38 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3552282M
      ISBN 100914927353
      LC Control Number2002002455
      OCLC/WorldCa49225241

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      The Battle of Chantilly (Virginia) - also known as "Ox Hill" - takes place. It ends inconclusively as both sides fail to gain the initiative. Casualties number 1, Union and Confederate. The battle marks the end of the Northern Virginia Campaign that includes Second Bull Run. The Battle of Chantilly happened on September 1, , in Fairfax County, was the last battle of the Northern Virginia Campaign during the American Civil battle had two names: the Union side called it the "Battle of Chantilly" and the Confederates called it the "Battle of Ox Hill".Date: September 1,

      The Thunderstorm and the Battle of Ox Hill. (Submitted on Febru ) 2. Tempest at Ox Hill: The Battle of Chantilly. By David A. Welker. page allows you to look inside this book. (Submitted on Febru ) 3. Battle of Chantilly, or Ox Hill. Civil War Preservation Trust resource page for the battle. Includes an. Particularly interesting are modern photographs showing where the Battle was fought. The Battle of Chantilly by Moore, J. G., VREF M This is a copy of an article that appeared in Military Affairs magazine telling the story of the Battle. The Battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill) by Mauro, C. and Morgan, B., BLM Productions, DVD VREF Author: Steve Walker.


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The battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill) by Charles V. Mauro Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill) page includes battle maps, history articles, historical facts, recommended books, web links, and more on this Civil War battle in Virginia.

Confederate Maj. Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson hoped to cut off the Union retreat from Manassas the day after the Confederate victory at the second battle fought there. The book is beutifully written and researched in 12 chapters, a photo section, and an order of battle.

A book on this battle is extremely rare and I would consider it as the only definitive record on the Battle of Ox Hill, along with He Hath Loosed The Fateful Lightning by Paul Taylor that you will find. Very informative, addicting and recommended.5/5(7).

Battle of Chantilly Va. Summary Shows the area between Chantilly to the north and Bull Run to the south where Pope massed his troops prior to The battle of Chantilly book retreat back to Washington. The location of Centreville and Fairfax Station are also indicated.

Contributor Names Sneden, Robert Knox,   Union troops departed around AM on September 2 with orders to rejoin the retreat towards Washington. In the fighting at Chantilly, Union forces suffered around 1, casualties, including both Stevens and Kearny, while Confederate losses numbered around The Battle of Chantilly effectively concluded the Northern Virginia Campaign.

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Making a wide flank march, Jackson hoped to cut off the Union retreat from Bull Run. On September 1, beyond Chantilly Plantation on the Little River Turnpike near Ox Hill, Stonewall Jackson sent his divisions against two Union divisions under Kearny and erate attacks were stopped by fierce fighting during a severe.

Chantilly Civil War battle summary. Chantilly. Other Names: Ox Hill Location: Fairfax County On September 1, beyond Chantilly Plantation on the Little River Turnpike near Ox Hill, Jackson sent his divisions against two Union divisions under Kearny and Stevens.

Confederate attacks were stopped by fierce fighting during a severe thunderstorm. Plan of the Battle of Chantilly, Virginia: September 1st 5 to 9 p.m. Summary Scene of the last engagement of the Second Battle of Bull Run. Shows the area between Chantilly, Va., in the north and the Centreville Road to the south.

The Little River Turnpike and Germantown are also indicated. Contributor Names. Tempest At Ox Hill: The Battle of Chantilly. David A. Welker. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press ().

11 maps. This is a review and summary of David A. Welker’s Tempest at Ox Hill: The Battle of Chantilly. Welker’s book is one of three on. Tempest at Ox Hill compellingly evokes this pivotal battle of the war, in which the Union army faced annihilation after Robert E.

Lee's overwhelming victory at Second Bull Run. At Chantilly, Virginia, on September 1,a small Union rearguard faced down some of Lee's best : Hachette Books. The following Confederate States Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Chantilly of the American Civil War on September 1, The Union order of battle is shown separately.

Tempest At Ox Hill: The Battle Of Chantilly gets 4 Stars. It is easy to see why this battle is overlooked, squeezed between Second Bull Run and Antietam. The book description is wrong, Im sure many Civil War buffs have not heard of this battle. I just went to the National Park Service Civil War battle timeline and this battle is not even mentioned!/5.

Common Knowledge Events Battle of Chantilly. Events: Battle of Chantilly. Events by cover. 1–3 of 3 (show all) Works (3) Titles: Order: The Civil War: A Narrative: Volume 1: Fort Sumter to Perryville by Shelby Foote: Second Battle of Bull Run. Background of the Battle Battle of Chantilly, or Ox Hill (as the Confederate's called it), was fought on September 1, in Fairfax County, Virginia.

It was proven to be the largest battle in Fairfax County. The Union had approximately 6, soldier with Major General Philip Kearny and Major General Isaac Stevens in command. Ox Hill Battlefield Park is a site in Fairfax, Virginia, where the Battle of Ox Hill (Union name Battle of Chantilly) was fought during the American Civil War.

It was the only major battle of the war fought in Fairfax County. The battlefield is now a public park adjacent to suburban developments and Location: West Ox Rd, Fairfax, VAUSA. Tempest At Ox Hill: The Battle Of Chantilly by Welker, David A.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tempest at Ox Hill compellingly evokes this pivotal battle of the war, in which the Union army faced annihilation after Robert E. Lee's overwhelming victory at Second Bull Run.

At Chantilly, Virginia, on September 1,a small Union rearguard faced down some of Lee's best generals. ( mi) Residence Inn by Marriott Chantilly Dulles South ( mi) Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Centreville - Manassas View all hotels near Ox Hill Battlefield Park on Tripadvisor4/5(27).

The Battle of Chantilly The Army of Virginia arrived at Centreville on the evening of the 30th. Of course there were many stragglers, but the organizations were perfectly preserved.

General Lee's army had suffered in these battles very seriously; and, considering its very inadequate means of repairing its losses, we were really in every respect. Buy a cheap copy of Tempest at Ox Hill: The Battle of book by David A.

Welker. Every Civil War buff has heard of the Battle of Chantilly, the bloody engagement fought in a driving rainstorm only twenty miles from Washington that claimed Free shipping over $. "The Battle of Chantilly, (Ox Hill)" is also on sale at various shops and historical book stores including The Bull Run National Park, Manassas.

Virginia and. Battle of Chantilly The Battle of Chantilly (or Ox Hill, the Confederate name) took place on September 1,in Fairfax County, Virginia, as the concluding battle of the Northern Virginia.The Battle of Ox Hill / Chantilly. The fighting at Ox Hill occurred during a fierce storm that field reports described as so thunderous it drowned out the cries and clamor of the battle.

Dry ammunition became scarce, and the fighting degenerated into a brawl of bayonets and musket clubs. The chaotic conflict lasted a little more than two hours and ended at dark as a stalemate.