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Trevilian Station to Piedmont

Into the Shenandoah, 1864

June 5-6, 1864: At Piedmont in the Shenandoah Valley, U.S. Major General David Hunter defeated William E. "Grumble" Jones, who was killed in the battle. Hunter went on to occupy Staunton and Lexington, only to be forced to retreat into West Virginia after an unsuccessful attempt to seize Lynchburg June 17-18.

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Lunch in Gordonsville
Piedmont Battlefield
Learning about the Battle of Piedmont
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Wrapping up our tour of Piedmont Battlefield
Marker at NewHope, VA

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