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By John A. Farrell, Thomas Jefferson Street blog

At around 5:30 on the evening of May 2, 1863, the soldiers of the Union Army's 11th Corps were taking it easy. Three miles to the east, their comrades were fighting Robert E. Lee's Confederate soldiers near a clearing called Chancellorsville, but the 11th manned the far western end of the Union line, where things seemed downright sleepy.

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