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Q: How many union and confederate troops were in the second Battle of Bull Run?
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Which battle did the Confederate Troops surprise Union Troops at dinnertime?

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What was the significance of the Battle of Gettysburg?

The Union troops were able to defeat the Confederate troops that had invaded the North


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Lee was a confederate so he didn't win any battle for the union.


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In the First Battle of Bull Run approximately 28,000 Union troops faced approximately 33,000 Confederate troops. In US history, this was the largest ever US battle. Later on even larger armies would be engaged.


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At the beginning of the Battle of Gettysburg July 1 1863 troops numbered about .?

80,000 Union and 75,000 Confederate.


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The Battle of Raymond in Mississippi on May 12, 1863 was a victory for the Union. Confederate forces were heavily outnumbered in troops and in artillery. The Confederate loss enabled the Union troops to take control of the last railway to Vicksburg.


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The First Battle of Bull Run.


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General George Meade under the command of the Union troops and General Robert E. Lee under the command of the Confederate troops were in the battle of Gettysburg


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On July 4, 1863, Union troops crossed the Mississippi River and drove the Confederate troops out of Vicksburg.


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How many confederate soldiers fought in the scond battle of bull run?

Union dead 1,724 Confederate dead 1,481 Union wounded 8,372 Confederate wounded 7,617 Union missing 5,958 Confederate missing 89 total Union 16,054 Confederate 9,197 Grand total 25,251 for 3 days of battle Total number of troops Union 60,000 Confederate 50,000


Did the union win at the battle of Fort Wagner?

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At the beginning of the Battle of Gettysburg July 1 1863 troops numbered about?

80,000 Union and 75,000 Confederate.