The two armies square off with each player controlling a few regiments.
The Yankees make good time through a wooded area on their right and come upon a road. Some lousy rolling and a small hill impede the Rebs' ability to make timely contact on the Union right.
A unit of Reb cavalry begins to move from the right toward the center of the field but changes course and leads two infantry regiments in to a field and sets up shop behind some fence.
The Confederate center begins to take cover behind a stone wall.
The Confederate center progresses past the flanks and a salient is formed. The heaviest fighting of the evening ensues.