Rain and Worry in Washington

July 12, 1863

On a rainy day in Washington, President Lincoln continues to worry about the slow pursuit of Confederate army under General Robert E. Lee.  A Council of War is called by General George Meade, commander of the Army of the Potomac, about whether to pursue the Army of Northern Virginia aggressively.

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