Extra Edition Corrects False Union Victory, 1861
The Philadelphia Inquirer corrects itself on July 22 by admitting the "Total Route of Our Army" — the Union Army — at Bull Run, or Manassas. An earlier edition had wrongly proclaimed its victory.
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'The Philadelphia Inquirer,' July 22, 1861— Extra
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