Recounts the northernmost battle of the Civil War.
Devoted to detailed history, preservation and educational use of the lands where the battle took place in May 1864.
The first major battle of the Civil War was fought in Virginia, near the Manassas, Virginia railway junction, after which the battle was called Bull Run.
From the National Park Service,380 Civil War battle summaries describe the action, principal commanders, casualty figures, results and preservation status of battlefields. Battles are listed by state and campaign.
A chronology of the events during Union General Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.
Lists of battle summaries, total casualties (killed, wounded, missing and captured), locations and commanders.
Missouri's importance has been greatly overlooked by many when it comes to its role in the Civil War. Battles are arranged by year and list the name, date, place and outcome. Good resource for researchers.
On February 20,1864, two armies clashed in the virgin pine flatwoods of north-central Florida, near a railroad station named Olustee about fifteen miles east of Lake City. The battle raged for four hours. When it ended, the Union Army had suffered a stinging defeat.
Links to web resources related to the battle of Perryville and other Kentucky civil war sites.
The Federal army came close to capturing a vital position on James Island in June Charleston 1862 - Federal General Benham's poor planning and the timely arrival of reinforcements resulted in a victory for the outnumbered Confederates.