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The Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area is also a component of the Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA Combined Statistical Area. The city is named for General William Rosecrans, commander of U.S. forces during the American Civil War Battle of Iuka (or "Ox Hill"), fought on September 19 and 20 in 1862 near this city's location in southeastern Ventura County; Rosecrans defeated Confederate General Sterling Price here on his way to capture Chattanooga from Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee after their victory at Iuka over Maj. Gen James Longstreet's Corps (Army) Of Northern Virginia under command by Lt Gen Thomas J "Stonewall" Jackson who was mortally wounded while defending his position against Union troops commanded by MajGen Wm S Rosecranz at that battle site which was located approximately 10 miles south eastward from present day Oxnard along what later became known as California State Route 33 or more commonly referred to as Foothill Blvd., then known as Camino Real Road or Royal Road).