CSA and US forces face off on the property of Clem Crockett.
Units jockey for position.
A rebel brigade tears up Mr. Crocketts beans while moving to counter the Iron Brigade in the North Wood.
A small Union brigade approaches from the southwest in support.
The Union line begins to take shape.
The Iron Brigade attempts to spring an ambush in the North Wood.
Fierce fighting unfolds along the Confederate left and center.
The rebs make a gallant effort of holding yankees approaching from the southwest at bay.
The rebel left begins to punch holes in the Union lines.
A regiment of the Irish Brigade rushes to support the Iron Brigade currently tangled with A.P. Hill's brigade. Clem Crockett is none too happy.
"For God's sake, forward!"
Much blood spills in the middle.
The day's fighting would end in a draw where both sides would learn valuable lessons that would go down in the annals of history and on to be repeated in battles over the next three years of bitter conflict.