Episode 5: Stonewall Jackson's Flank March Driving Tour

It was one of the iconic movements of the American Civil War, Stonewall Jackson's flank march at Chancellorsville. Traversing country roads, streams, and 12 miles of the backwoods, Jackson's men arrived in the Union right flank on the afternoon of May 2, 1863. What followed dislodged the Union right flank and led to the wounding of Stonewall Jackson. Jump in the car with Kris White, Chris Mackowski, Dan Davis, Tim Talbott, and more as we retrace the steps of this phase of Chancellorsville.

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Hosted by American Battlefield Trust historians, "Boom Goes the History" transcends traditional storytelling by leveraging the power of modern technology to transport listeners to the very locations where history unfolded. With vivid narration the series recreates the landscapes and scenarios of pivotal battles, providing a visceral experience that enhances the understanding of historical events.

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