Brandy Station

 

Brandy Station
The Battle of Brandy Station, also called the Battle of Fleetwood Hill, was the largest predominantly cavalry engagement of the American Civil War, as well as the largest to take place ever on American soil.[3] It was fought at the beginning of the Gettysburg Campaign by the Union cavalry under Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton against Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's Confederate cavalry on June 9, 1863.

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J.E.B. Stuart's report of the Battle of Brandy Station
HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY DIVISION
June 13, 1863


Brandy Station Battle Site Restoration


Civil War Journeys - Brandy Station

Battle of Brandy Station - National Park Service

This Mighty Scourge - Battle of Brandy Station

Order of Battle - Brandy Station

A Clash of Sabres - The Battle of Brandy Station

Battle of Brandy Station - Civil War Trust
Battelfield Map from Civil War Trust
1st SC is shown on the map, lower right

Battle of Brandy Station - Fight for Fleetwood Hill map
June 9, 1863

Historical Map of Brandy Station

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  Pierce M. B. Young: The Warwick of the South
By Lynwood M. Holland - start at page 61

Brandy Station Battlefield Photos

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