a creek in NE Virginia: two important battles of the Civil War were fought near here, 1861 and 1862, both resulting in defeat for the Union forces.
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How to use Bull Run in a sentence
Plans are to restore the weapons and place them on the Bull Run battlefield.Civil War cannons that may have been at Battle of Bull Run get new home | Michael Ruane | June 16, 2021 | Washington Post
Like at Bull Run, when I am in the presence of those old family letters, I am transported.
The Great Bull Run is less about being in danger than feeling like you are.
But the old city, site of the Bull Run, has the inevitable trappings of a theme park for aficionados of the vicarious kind.
Brazil's Bull Run that saw gross domestic product expand 7.5 percent in 2010 has fallen flat.
The changes in monetary policy after the financial crisis—another set of discontinuities—touched off the Bull Run in gold.
The battle of Bull Run stung the loyal masses of the North, and filled them with a determination to redeem their tarnished honor.The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
One thing must be had in view, that the troops must occupy a position from which they can reach Bull Run to-night or by morning.
It may be necessary to fall back behind Bull Run at Centreville to-night.
A picturesque view unfolds from this point eastward across Bull Run and westward to the mountains.
The line of battle was nearly parallel with Bull Run, whereas in the first battle it was perpendicular to it.Reminiscences of a Rebel | Wayland Fuller Dunaway
British Dictionary definitions for Bull Run
Battles of Bull Run two battles fought at Manassas Junction near a stream named Bull Run, during the American Civil War (July, 1861 and August, 1862), in both of which the Federal army was routed by the Confederates: Also known as: First and Second Manassas See also Manassas
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