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UN01 Sharp´s Cornfield (Wilson´s Creek) - August 10, 1861

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Total plays 2 - Last reported by FreeloadingPhill on 2017-08-07 16:44:02

Sharp´s Cornfield

(Wilson´s Creek)

August 10, 1861

Historical Overview
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.


Set-Up Order

Woods 10
Hills 4
Field 3
River bend 2
River straight 6


Union Army
Take 3 Command Cards



Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
7 1 1 1

Confederate Army
Take 3 Command Cards
You move first



Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
7 2 2 2

6 Flags

Special Rules


Tags: Banners: 6, Unofficial, Army: Union, Army: Confederate, Special: None

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Mark MCG replied the topic: #335 3 years 9 months ago
this should be Trans-Mississippi theatre
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seanapdaniel replied the topic: #98 4 years 1 month ago
I assume this is a depiction of the fighting on Sigel's Front later in the battle. This was the position he mistakenly waited for Lyon to link up with him. Because he did not advance, the confederates were able to move their best troops to confront Sigel, then were able to move them back into battle against Lyon. Driving the Union piecemeal from the field due to their numbers. This is a Trans-Mississippi Battle. As for cards, Sigel stalled out allowing McCullock to seize the day. I would give the Union 3 card the Confederates 4.