|Herringshaw's brigade enters the field|
|Freeman leads the 6th NJ up the slope to slow down Herringbone's South Carolinians|
|The Lynchburg Artillery takes up position on the Union flank|
|Purdy continues to pull back his cavalry.|
|The end of turn 8|
|The rebels counterattack|
|The situation at the end of turn 9|
Turn 10- All is confusion at the bridge. Both sides are trying to reorganize as quickly as possible. Excitement surges through the Confederate ranks as news of Dinwiddie's arrival spreads through the ranks.
|Dinwiddie's Mississippi brigade comes onto the field of battle|
Karas continues to urge his men towards the rebel right flank. This could be the Union's best hope of a victory.
|Confusion reigns at the bridgehead.|
|Karas presses his men forward, seeking to take the rebels in the flank|