Fire on the Rappahannock

Fire on the Rappahannock

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Description

Union cannoneers begin a 150th anniversary reenactment of the battle with a salvo across the Rappahannock River into the City of Fredericksburg. The Union bombardment of Fredericksburg in December 1862 was the first instance of an occupied city being bombed in American history. Southern residents of the city literally fled for the hills in this precursor to the Union Army crossing of the river and the battle that followed. Union troops assaulted the well defended heights beyond the city and were ultimately turned back, leaving over 9,000 casualties in the Battle of Fredericksburg.

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Fredericksburg, VA 2012

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