Battle Facts

    03 Sep 1864 - 04 Sep 1864

    Outcome: Inconclusive: At the same time Confederate Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early sent Maj. Gen. Joseph B. Kershaw's division to attack Colonel Joseph Thoburn's division of the VIII Corps, and Kershaw initially routed Thoburn's left flank. Darkness ended the fighting. The next morning, Early, seeing the strength of the Union's entrenched line, retreated behind Opequon Creek.


    Commander(s)George Crook
    • 314 Wounded


    Commander(s)Richard H Anderson
    • 295 Wounded