Cedar Mountain

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Cedar Mountain:

see Bull RunBull Run,
small stream, NE Va., c.30 mi (50 km) SW of Washington, D.C. Two important battles of the Civil War were fought there: the first on July 21, 1861, and the second Aug. 29–30, 1862. Both battlefields are included in Manassas National Battlefield Park (est. 1940).
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Approximately 180 horses, featuring Cedar Mountain weanlings and Sulphur yearling horses, will be available for adoption from 9 a.
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CEDARS: About 15 teams of children, parents and students of all ages dug their hands and shovels deep in the Cedar mountain snow Sunday in a race to build a winning snowman and take home a variety of prizes at the first annual "Best Snowman Competition" put on by the Quartz Tourism Committee of the Region of Bsharri.
This is the definite history of a confederate military unit that fought throughout the Civil War including action at Seven Pines, with Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain, at the Second Battle of Manassa, at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and finally, at Fort Gregg at the final gasp of military action.
Jill Wallace, Cedar Mountain Primary School, Vernon, New Jersey.
In that capacity he was victimized by Stonewall Jackson in the 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign and again at the Battle of Cedar Mountain.
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Recently, Regan wore civilian clothes from the period to become George Alfred Townsend, a one-time reporter for the New York Herald, at a reenactment of the Battle of Cedar Mountain in Virginia.
History of the Campaign of the Army of Virginia--from Cedar Mountain to Alexandria, 1862.
One new winery opened this year, Cedar Mountain, with two more in the planning stages that will open next year.
Upon climbing the cedar mountain to reach Khumbaba, Gilgamesh related three terrible dreams to Engidu, who shored up Gilgamesh's spirit by placing a favorable interpretation on them.

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