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Cedar Mountain

Slaughter’s Mountain, Cedar Run

August 9, 1862

Culpeper County, Virginia

The Civil War Trust has saved more than 150 acres of the Cedar Mountain battlefield. With Cedar Mountain looming over the landscape, you can walk a half-mile interpretative trail that includes historical signs.

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Essential To-Do List:
Cedar Mountain

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Tour the Cedar Mountain Battlefield

The Battle of Cedar Mountain marked the opening salvo of the 1862 Second Manassas Campaign, and the only time Stonewall Jackson drew his sword in battle.

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The work of the Civil War Trust would not be possible without the tireless support of a wide variety of local and regional partner groups. We thank them for their assistance and dedication.

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