He wasn't micromanaging the war, but ...

Come July 9 you can tour Lincoln's battlefields, where, for instance:
Abraham Lincoln vied with Stonewall Jackson as the famed 1862 Valley Campaign played out. Securing Harpers Ferry to block Jackson’s northward thrust, Lincoln ordered two armies into the Shenandoah Valley to cut Jackson off from escaping deep into the Valley. We will visit sites at Front Royal, Middletown and Winchester central to the military chess match between Lincoln and Jackson.
It's part of "Abraham Lincoln, Commander-in-Chief - A Field Tour of Sites related to Lincoln as the War-Time President."

"Lincoln as field commander" is more than implied and the organizers seem to like that idea. See for yourselves.

Hat tip to AL Online.