The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862: in three months Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson's seventeen thousand Confederates had marched more than six hundred miles, fought four pitched battles, seven minor engagements, and daily skirmishes; had defeated four armies, captured nine pieces of artillery, ten thousand small arms, four thousand prisoners; sixty thousand Federals' efforts were frustrated, one hundred thousand Yankees were tied up with a loss upon Jackson's own part comparatively small.
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