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First Battle of Bull Run, also known as Battle of First Manassas, (21 July 1861), the first major battle of the American Civil War (1861-65), fought at a small meandering stream and tributary of the Potomac River named Bull Run near Manassas in northern Virginia. It was a chaotic encounter fought by volunteers short of training and organization and haphazardly equipped. It ended in victory for the Confederates under General Pierre Beauregard. The defeat shocked the Union into mobilizing resources for a long war. Succumbing to the popular clamor for decisive action, President Abraham Lincoln ordered General Irvin McDowell to lead an army from Washington, D.C., toward the Confederate capital, Richmond. Beauregard blocked their path at the Manassas rail junction 25 miles (40 km) from Washington, drawing up his army behind Bull Run. He was reinforced with troops, under General Joseph E. Johnston, that had been rushed by train from the Shenandoah Valley. The weather was hot. Unfit Union soldiers arrived at Bull Run exhausted by the march from Washington. Nonetheless, the battle opened to their advantage. McDowell achieved surprise by sending most of his troops around the left of the Confederate line, crossing the river unopposed. The Southerners fought a desperate defensive action; General Thomas Jackson was nicknamed "Stonewall" for holding his Virginian infantry firm (at the Fight for Henry Hill) in the face of the Union onslaught. In the afternoon, the arrival of fresh Confederate troops at Manassas demoralized weary Union soldiers. As they wavered, the Southerners raised the blood-chilling rebel yell and drove them back across the river. Once they had begun to run, nothing would stop the panicking Union troops. Journalists and congressmen, who had ridden out to observe the battle, found themselves caught up in a rout. Fortunately for the Union, and especially for the very vulnerable Washington, D.C., the Southerners were in no state to mount a pursuit or another attack. The day after the battle, Lincoln signed a bill to create an army of half a million men, enlisted for three years. The Second Battle of Bull Run, a much larger affair, took place more than a year later on August 29–30, 1862, between a Confederate army of more than 56,000 men under General Robert E. Lee and a newly formed Federal force of 70,000 troops under Major General John Pope. It, too, resulted in a Confederate victory. Losses from First Battle: Confederate, 387 dead, 1,582 wounded, 13 captured or missing of 32,230; Union, 460 dead, 1,124 wounded, 1,312 captured or wounded of 28,450. https://www.britannica.com/event/First-Battle-of-Bull-Run-1861
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Bud, accompanied by Larry Eanet, Piano -\Steve Jordan, Guitar - Johny Williams, Bass- Johnny Blowers, Drums. Manassas Jazz Festival, November 26, 1988
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Judging by the way the Manassas Senior center fills up every day, it’s a popular place to be and has been for the last 30 years. Prince William Supervisor Marty Nohe spoke to the seniors during the event and said the senior center would not have been built if not for the foresight of the contemporaries of those who use it today. "It was your generation that was saying 30 years ago, 'We need this for our future.' Now you are here getting to take advantage of the vision." Sarah Henry, the director of the Area Agency on Aging, said it is the people who use the senior center who make it a special place. "You are the reason that we are here every single day, and you are the heart of this senior center." Susan Gilbert, the site manager for the senior center, said people who come to the senior center come for different reasons, including having the opportunity to meet new people and make friends, finding their way out of grief or loss, or because their loved ones told them they needed to get out more. "You all come for different reasons, and that's what makes it such a wonderful center. Every person that comes to this center brings something special. You may not think so, but you do." Maureen Guillot and Kathleen Frampton, two friends from painting classes at the senior center, said the place means a lot to them. "We make friends," Guillot said. "It's a special group. It's a wonderful place to come to." Frampton, who taught art for 30 years in Prince William and Fairfax counties, said she gets a kick out of the senior center. "Someone is always saying something fun or silly. It's a lot of laughs." Gilbert, who has worked at the senior center for 28 years, said the age of people who use the senior center ranges from 55 to 101 years old. Over the years, Gilbert said, people have become more health conscious and that has changed some of the programs offered at the center. "The biggest change that I've seen is that people are concerned about their diet and health. They come for fitness and exercise and to participate in dance classes. I've seen a huge swing toward people being more healthy and fit." Still some things have remained the same, Gilbert said. "We've had bridge and ceramics as long as I've been here. We still have table tennis and billiards." Gilbert also said the senior center wouldn't have been able to operate over the years without the volunteers who do everything from attending to the front desk, to teaching classes, to delivering Meals on Wheels. "We have a very small staff, and we rely heavily on volunteers. Everybody has something to share, something to offer and our center would not operate without volunteers." http://www.pwcgov.org/news