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In the early afternoon, Reynolds ordered his two remaining infantry divisions to approach the Confederate line, where they found a hole in the line left by Jackson, who wrongly assumed the terrain—swampy woodland—was impassable.
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Finding the advantage in attacking the Confederates, Union major general George Meade began to roll up the Confederate lines. Jackson ordered his reserves to counterattack, while Meade sent word to Brig. David Birney for reinforcements that would never come; Birney refused to coordinate efforts with Meade.
Left unsupported and facing an overwhelming onslaught, Meade retreated, with the Confederates pushing their advantage. The area of intense fighting would become known as the Slaughter Pens.
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By late afternoon, Jackson had readjusted his lines and tried to goad the Union into attacking, but Meade refused to respond. With darkness approaching, the battle south of Fredericksburg came to an end. Throughout the day, the Union divisions advanced and were cut down by Confederate artillery and gunfire. Late in the day, the 9th Corps of Maj. Kirkland would be killed at the Battle of Chickamauga the following autumn.
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Burnside intended to renew the frontal assaults the next morning, but the commanders of his three grand divisions convinced him not to. The following two days were filled with the misery and suffering of the wounded between the two lines. The night of December 15, Burnside retreated to winter camp in Stafford County. Confederate morale soared after Fredericksburg; they had been outnumbered and still prevailed.
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The project involved collection of detailed GIS mapping data and the preparation of an in-depth report. This report includes an analysis of the significance of the battle; the compilation of an inventory of documented historic resources within the battlefield areas; a review of past preservation efforts by local, state, and federal governments, as well as nonprofits and private property owners; and recommendations for the battlefield and the Shafer Farmhouse based on feedback from public meetings, stakeholders interviews, and online surveys.
Flickr user lcm During the course of this study it was also made public through a Washington Post report that the State of Maryland was considering a land swap that would transfer state lands at South Mountain to the federal government. It is hoped that the Consensus Building Efforts and Results, and Recommendations in this report will be useful in considering the future of South Mountain — not only nationally as a battlefield and cultural landscape, but also at a state and local level as an asset in the areas of tourism, recreation and natural lands, farms, and agribusiness that should be fully and transparently explored before being divested.
Download the Full Report. The report identified eleven key recommendations, informed largely by public outreach and engagement, which include:. A full exploration and detailed analysis of how to implement these recommendations are available in the full report.