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People from Washington watched as they picnicked
First Bull Run
Union commander was McDowell and he ordered General Patterson to attack Johnston who was in Shenandoah Valley
First Bull Run
Stone Bridge was destroyed
First Bull Run
Captured railway junction
First Bull Run
Crossed Sudley Ford
First Bull Run
McDowell replaced by McClellan after his failure
First Bull Run
Jackson kept the Union from invading Piedmont
Peninsular Campaign
Lee took control and crushed the Union at the first of the Seven Day's Battle
Peninsular Campaign
Campaign launched at McClellan to get James River
Peninsular Campaign
Johnston wounded at seven pines; Lee replaced him
Peninsular Campaign
Retreat to Harrison Landing
Peninsular Campaign
Longstreet is badly executed
Peninsular Campaign
Army of Rappahannock : McDowell's troops, detached from army of Potomac
Peninsular Campaign
Win for Lee and Jackson; pushed Union forces to Washington D.C.;
Second Bull Run
Lincoln replaces McClellan with Pope
Second Bull Run
Pope never able to combine with Halleck (Potomac)
Second Bull Run
Halleck lands at Aquia
Second Bull Run
George Taylor Rebellion destroyed Union bridge
Second Bull Run
Stony Ridge : Stripley and Kearny under Jackson
Second Bull Run
Union troops unable to take Centreville; union forces were trying to retreat to Chantilly
Second Bull Run
Started when Hooker's Corps mounted an assault on Lee
Antietam
Miller's cornfield and Dunker's church were where the battle took place
Antietam
Assault against the sunken road hurt the confederates
Antietam
Burnside crossed namesake battle creek; A.P. Hill arrived from Harper's Ferry and saved confederate army
Antietam
Halted Confederate advance on Washington following Second Bull Run
Antietam
Single bloodiest day of the war
Antietam
Battle plans discovered in a cigar box
Antietam
The Bloody Lane; Potomac retreat; let Lincoln issue Emancipation Proclamation
Antietam
Ambrose Burnside replaced McClellan; tried to cross Rappahannock River
Fredericksburg
The Mud March took place in this battle
Fredericksburg
There was a lack of pontoon boats in this battle
Fredericksburg
Took place on Prospect Hill
Fredericksburg
Lee is not ready because he has split his troops; Lee watched from Telegraph Hill
Fredericksburg
Meade and Burnside are defeated
Fredericksburg
Stonewall Jackson loses his life
Chancellorsville
Jackson went around Hooker, but his men shot him
Chancellorsville
Jackson died of pneumonia after this battle
Chancellorsville
A cannonball hit the Chancellor house knocking Hooker unconscious; Sedgwick retreated
Chancellorsville
This battle took place near Zoan Church
Chancellorsville
Decimation of 11th crops under Howard, Jubal Early
Chancellorsville
Sedgwick stopped at Salem Church
Chancellorsville
Lee challenged crossing of Kelly's Ford by Hooker
Chancellorsville
Sickle's attack toward Catherine Furnace
Chancellorsville
The battle took place in Hazel Grove and Fairview
Chancellorsville
Battle plan under George Stoneman to raid opponents supply and communication lines
Chancellorsville
Darius Couch fought in this battle as Hooker's second in command
Chancellorsville
Intersection of Orange Plank Road and Orange Turnpike
Chancellorsville
Farthest north of confederate advance
Gettysburg
Lee, Hill, And Ewell fought in this battle
Gettysburg
JEB Stuart went so far away that it took him a day to come back
Gettysburg
Meade replaced Hooker
Gettysburg
Pickett's charge through open field where he was decimated
Gettysburg
Failure of Ewell's second corps to storm the Union on first fight
Gettysburg
Pettigrew's North Carolina brigade encountered Federal cavalry, Meade failed to follow
Gettysburg
Custer's cavalry forces on Cress ridge, mortal wounding of Barksdale when Harry Heth stumbled on Buford's army
Gettysburg
Peach Orchard, Longstreet's delaying, Chamberlain's victory at Joshua Hill, 3 day battle
Gettysburg
First clash between Grant and Lee
Petersburg Appomattox
Battle of the Crater
Petersburg Appomattox
Battle of Fort Stedham
Petersburg Appomattox
Coal minors detonated four tons of powder; ran out of supplies
Petersburg Appomattox
Beauregard was hero of early assaults, Meade and Grant go over 20 miles of trenches
Petersburg Appomattox
Named after a church at Pittsburgh Landing
Shiloh
Grant had just captured Fort Donelson; Hornet's Nest
Shiloh
Johnston died; Buell and Wallace brought reinforcements; 23k people died
Shiloh
Seized Memphis and Charleston railroads, Owl Creek Swamps
Shiloh
Sarah Bell's peace orchard
Shiloh
Sunken Road; Forrest came in and started Fallen Timbers
Shiloh
Led by Grant to take Mississippi River; Union win at Champion's Hill
Vicksburg
Grant to brink of starvation
Vicksburg
Grierson's raid to confuse rebels
Vicksburg
Port Gibson, Raymond, Big Black River Bridge, and Jackson were battle sites
Vicksburg
4th of July not celebrated for over 80 years; surrender split confederacy in two
Vicksburg
Rosecrans crossed the Tennessee river
Chickamauga
There was a race to Chattanooga
Chickamauga
George Thomas defended in this battle
Chickamauga
Deas forced retreat of Carlin from La Fayette road
Chickamauga
Battle took place in Little Hill, Snodgrass Hill, and Glass Mill
Chickamauga
Rosecrans forced Bragg out of the city; Hooker took Lookout Mountain in the Battle Above the Clouds; Thomas got Missionary Ridge
Chattanooga Campaign
Craven House retreat
Chattanooga Campaign
Artillery of the opponents was really bad; Took place in Tunnel Hill
Chattanooga Campaign