Signal Corps at Cedar Creek

Signal Corps at Cedar Creek

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Although the telegraph was in use during the Civil War, signal flag operators were kept in use throughout the war. Places like Cedar Creek in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley -- surrounded by mountain chains with wide open farmland in-between -- became a scene of mobile warfare. In these instances the Signal Corps became a means of long-range communication on the field of battle. At right, a regiment of Union re-enactors are blurred as they march along the hills of Cedar Creek Battlefield on the 150th anniversary of this tide turning battle of the Civil War.

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Virginia 2014

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