This pen and ink drawing of the First Battle of Bull Run was made by Charles K. Dean, adjutant with the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry. The 2nd Wisconsin Infantry was the only Wisconsin regiment engaged at Bull Run. It made several unsuccessful assaults on the enemy position, losing 19 men with 114 wounded. Thirty-eight Wisconsin soldiers, including Dean, were taken prisoner and confined at Richmond. They were released early in 1862.
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