White Oak Swamp
Civil War Virginia
American Civil War
June 30, 1862
The Union rearguard under Major General William Franklin stopped Jackson's divisions at the White Oak Bridge crossing, resulting in an artillery duel, while the main battle raged two miles farther south at Glendale or Frayser's Farm.
White Oak Swamp can be considered part of the Glendale engagement.
Location: Henrico County
Date(s): June 30, 1862
Principal Commanders: Major General William Franklin [US]; Major General Thomas J. Jackson [CS]
Forces Engaged: Armies
Estimated Casualties: 500 total
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