The Battle of Auburn
You won't hear many cries of "War Eagle!" here. Not many people may know this, but the Battle of Auburn is actually made up of two battles, fought over two days in the town of Catlett in Fauquier County, Virginia. Also known as "The Battle of Coffee Hill", the battles took place October 13-14, 1863.
Backstory and Context
Reinforcements for Stuart didn't come until 6:45 the following morning of October 14th, when Ewell's Corp, headed by Major General Robert E. Rodes began a skirmish with the 10th New York Division of the Union. Hearing the gunshots, Stuart sent out a calvary units to cast a barrage on the Union troops, catching them by surprise. After a few more skirmishes in Auburn, Stuart and his calvary were able to successfully escape to the southeast. Battling continued until 1 PM, when the Confederates withdrew, with the victor of both battles inconclusive.
The Battles of Auburn would go on to be the first skirmishes in what would later be known as the Bristoe Campaign, where George M. Meade's Army of the Potomac did battle with Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.