-General Irvin McDowell his army of 35,000 for the Union, General Thomas J. Jackson Confederate.
Forces involved- The Union and the Confederate Soldiers
Strategies and goals- The Confederate spy network gave a forewarning to the Union intentions and allowed reinforcements to be moved from the Shenandoah Valley to Manassas. The public new about the Union plans.
Outcome and casualties- Confederate Soldiers won the First Bull Run
Significance- The first Bull Run was General Thomas J. Jackson got the nickname, “Stonewall.” When the Confederate Soldiers used there blood-curdling Rebel Yell and the Union lines melted away. They ran all the way back and discarding some of the equipment along the way.