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On the evening of August 26, after passing around John Pope 's right flank via Thoroughfare Gap, Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson 's wing of the army struck the Orange & Alexandria Railroad at Bristoe Station and before daybreak August 27 marched to capture and destroy the massive Union supply depot at Manassas Junction. Roosevelt issued an executive order designating much of the west coast a "military area", and requiring relocation of most Japanese-Americans from certain west coast states.

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Publisher: North Carolina Yearly Meeting (October 1993)

ISBN: 0942727223

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