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Stationed in the Shenandoah Valley in spring 1862 2nd Massachusetts Infantry captain Henry N. Comey marveled at “the most fertile land I have ever seen … It is no wonder that the rebels are defending [it] so well.” Yet the landscape was as intimidating as it was bucolic: “We were fenced in by huge walls on both sides of us and cut off from communication except from the north.”
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