The Bushong Farm, New Market, Virginia

The Battle of New Market encompassed the Bushong Farm on 5-15-64. This was a battle between Union General Franz Sigel and Confederate General John C. Breckenridge, the North trying to gain control of the agricultural bounty of the Shenandoah Valley. This battle is noted because of the Souths use of cadets from the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), who helped turn the tide of battle to the Souths favor.


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