In Virginia, One Campaign Begins and Another Ends

John Pope

During late July and early August 1862, Union troops under General John Pope begin to move southward in what would become known as the Second Manassas campaign, while George McClellan received orders to begin withdrawing the Army of the Potomac from the Virginia Peninsula.

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