Confederate troops stationed nearby the town found themselves directly in line of a Union army heading south.
|The Rebels make good use of the stone walls around the town of Stackville.|
|The Union army advances up to take on the Confederates.|
|The confederates give the Union boys a friendly welcome.|
|The Union pressure the Rebel flanks while attacking the town in the centre.|
|Both sides trade shots as the Union get closer to Stackville.|
|The first charges from the Union are repulsed by the defenders.|
|The Rebels reinforce the town.|
|The Union build up to another attack.|
|The Union charge the town again, but it is the same result.|
|More pressure now from the Union right flank.|
|Still the Rebels hold out.|
|Union Zouaves are in the thick of the fighting.|
Rules used were Rank and File.