U.S CIVIL WAR-WESTERN THEATER,1861-1865
 

INDEX
 

GENERAL RESOURCES

Abraham Lincoln OnLine

Association for the Preservation for Civil War Sites

A Diary from Dixie-Mary Chestnut This online version of her insightful diary on the Civil War is available from the marvelous  Documenting the South at the University of North Carolina.

African-American Military History

American Battlefield Protection Program

America's Civil War
On-Line version of the magazine with various article available

American Civil War Information Archive
A excellent gateway to Civil War resources

American Civil War
The Civil War page at North Texas University. See also their excellent American Wars, Military History and Military Affairs
collection of links and the  WWW Sites for Historians page.

The American Civil War
A valuable gateway maintained  Jim Janke

The American Civil War Homepage
Another first rate compilation of internet sources maintained by Dr. George H. Hoeman. Read his explanation about  The
American Civil War Homepage

Battles by State-The American Civil War,1861-1865

American Civil War Biographical Bibliographies

American Civil War Unit Bibliographies

Beauvoir, Home of Jefferson Davis

The Papers of Jefferson Davis

Battle for the Bridge

Blue and Gray Magazine

Civil War Roundtables of New York

Forrest History Society

United States Military Academy:Atlases

USMA-American Civil War Atlas

The American Civil War and History
A general view of American Civil War webpages. Part of War and Military History

Chronological List of Civil War Battles

Chronology of Emancipation during the Civil War

Civil War Battlefield Medicine

Civil War Battle Summaries by Campaign

Civil War Battle Summaries by State

Civil War Magazine

Civil War Book Review
A wide ranging look at current Civil War era publications

Civil War Medicine

Civil War and Reconstruction Notes-On Line Part of  History Resources OnLine at the History Department at USD

Civil War Times Illustrated

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

Civil War Virtual Archives Ring
A look at the wide variety of Civil War web rings currently in operation

Civil War Order of Battle for Major Engagements

The Civil War Artillery Page

Commanding Generals and Chiefs of Staff,1775-1995-OCMH

Confederate Irregular and Partisan Warfare,1861-1865

Confederate Links
An in-depth overview of all Confederate related webpages

Famous Civil War Battles of the West

Evaluating Internet Research Sources-Robert Harris,Southern California College

Fox's Regimental Losses
The invaluable study published in 1889 by William F. Fox, "Regimental Losses in the American Civil War,1861-1865"

How do you shoot a Cannon?

Institute for Civil War Research

Jews in the Civil War

Main Western Theater,1861-1865

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States and  The MOLLUS War Papers series index

Ohio in the Civil War

The Tennessee Sons of Confederate Veterans

Ulysses S. Grant Homepage

Making of America: The Cornell University Library MOA Collection

Making of America:University of Michigan Digital Collection

Orders of Battle

Poetry and Music of the War between the States

Rare Map Collection-Hargrett Library-University of Georgia

Robert E. Lee Roundtable of Central New Jersey

Selected Civil War Photographs-Library of Congress

Shotgun's Home of the American Civil War

Southern Comfort

The United States Civil War Center

The Civil War Circuit

The Civil War Home Page

The Court Martial of Henry Wirz

The Rifle Musket

The Staff Ride-Dr.William Robertson-OCMH

The United States Civil War,1861-1865

The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in  the America Civil War One of the most creative uses of the internet to deal with a historical subject. Part of the excellent  Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the  University of Virginia

U.S Civil War Generals

Thomas Livermore's Numbers and Losses of the Civil War-USAMHI

Weapons of the Civil War
 
 

ARCHIVES 

1stBooks Library (free virtual books) Over 2,000 titles. Some of the books are available for free . Others at a nominal cost
are available.

American Records at the Maryland State Archives
Extensive Afro-American archives including manumission records,certificates of freedom, Civil War bounty documents and more. The  Maryland State Archives  has a search engine for the documents at Search the Archives

The American Civil War Institute,  Located at  Cambellsville University the institute concentrates on the "study, preservation and symposia on the war in Kentucky and the Western theater of the  Civil War"

American Civil War Resources in the Virginia Tech Special Collections
In Virginia Tech's words"The American Civil War collections are among the department's most
important materials. The manuscripts include letters and diaries from
both Union and Confederate soldiers, homefront letters, memoirs, and
contemporary research files. The backbone of the printed collection is
the Elden E. "Josh" Billings Collection which consists of approximately
6,000 monographs" A useful   Manuscript Sources for Civil War Research  is on this website. You can also see their general collection at their  Special Collections Homepage
There are a number of valuable online papers and masters theses on the Civil War available at  Electronic Theses and Dissertations on the American Civil War.
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Auburn University Archives - Civil War Collection
A collection of papers from participants, mainly Confederate. Part of  Auburn University Archive and Manuscripts Department.

Rosanna Alexander Blake Library of the History of the Confederacy
Part of the  James E. Morrow Library and Special Collections and University Archives
at  Marshall University

Bowdoin College Library Archives and Special Collections Civil War Resources

Bowling Green State University Center for Archival Collections Civil War Manuscript Collections
Information on the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry and General Civil War Manuscripts
Part of  Center for Archival Collections

The Carroll College Institute for Civil War Studies
Includes a page for  The Iron Brigade of the West

Center for Electronic Records
part of the National Archives and Records Administration

Center of Military History, U.S. Army

Chicago Public Library's Civil War Collection
A collection originally managed by the Grand Army of the Republic
A Storm of Shot and Shell: Weapons of the Civil War

Cigars, Whiskey and Winning Library
Writer Al Kaltman gives  Leadership Lessons from Ulysses S. Grant

Civil War Children's Fiction

A list of children's fiction at the Boulder Public Library
Civil War Collections, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, includes a sound file of the Vacant Chair
Civil War Database, Historical Data Systems, IncCi-a vast pay service with over 2,000 regimental and 2 million personnel records

Civil War Manuscripts, Louisiana State University A mammoth guide to their Civil War collections for the lower Mississippi Valley

Civil War Manuscripts, Tulane University Part of the  Tulane Manuscripts Department
This also includes resources on America's wars ranging from the American Revolution to World War II. Special attention is also given to  World War I

Civil War Resources, A rich resource on the Civil War. Includes a  Stonewall Jackson Resources  and  Battle of New Market-May 15,1864 site.  Part of the Virginia Military Institute Archives

Civil War Resources , Indiana State Archives Part of the  Indiana State Archives

Civil War Collection, Milwaukee Urban Archives, U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Civil War Resources on the Internet part of the fabulous  American and British History Resources on the Internet
at  Rutgers University Libraries

Collections and Online Catalog, of the  Virginia Historical Society

Confederate Research Center, Hill College, Hillsboro, TX

Gettysburg College Civil War Institute
and the  Civil War Era Studies at Gettysburg College page Check out the  1999 Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College

Guy diCarlo, Jr., Civil War Research Papers
a special collection of newspapers,newsclippings,photographs and maps at  Virginia Tech

Confederate Broadside Poetry Collection at Wake Forrest University

A marvelous collection of popular Southern poetry from the Civil War at  Z.Smith  Reynolds Library
at  Wake Forrest University
Also available are the Civil War Memoirs of Henry E. Valentine
A veteran of Company F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers

Directory of Virginia Civil War Repositories
A guide to many online archives throughout Virginia

Duke University's
Special Collections Library
With many valuable resources on line. These include  Third Person,First Person:Slave Voices from the Special Collections Library
The Digital Scriptorium "a place where texts and images
will be created, studied, copied, enhanced. Perhaps one can think of networked multimedia as the modern illuminated
manuscript" This includes the  John Hope Franklin Center for African and African American Documentation
Women and the Civil War
a Civil War Women On-Line Exhibit
and Civil War Women: Primary Sources on the Internet
This includes the  Rose O'Neal Greenhow Papers , a Confederate spy,the  Alice Williamson Diary , a diary kept by a schoolgirl in Gallatin, Tennessee and recounting the Union occupation in 1864 and  Sarah E. Thompson Papers , a Union intelligence operative in Tennessee

Fisk University Special Collections

Fort Ward Collection
part of the Fort Ward Museum
Fort Ward was part of the  defensive system surrounding Washington and was a earthwork fort.

Stephen Foster Collection

Furman University's Secession Era Editorials Project

George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War
with a developing  West Virginia Civil War Soldier Database The Center is  well located at  Shepard College in Sheperdstown, West Virginia.

Thomas Biggs Harned Walt Whitman Collection
at  The American Memory Project

Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center

Western Pennsylvania Civil War Resources
a valuable site with  Regimental resources and  Reenactor and Fraternal organizations

Hill Memorial Library Special Collections
at  Louisiana State University Libraries

History Computerization Project
with an extensive  Directory of Historical Resources

LOUIS -- Louisiana Online University Information System
online catalogues for the entire state of Louisiana

Lawrence University Archives Civil War Collections in the Seeley G. Mudd Library

The Library of Virginia's  Digital Library Collections with a rich  Military History collection

Maine State Archives Civil War Page
with  Summary Unit Histories and related Materials for Maine Making of America (MOA), electronic collection of American writing, Cornell University
Making of America (MOA), University of Michigan

Maryland Historical Society's Guide to the Manuscript Collections

Milford Township Library Civil War Collection
and  Selected Civil War Internet Resources

Milwaukee Urban Archives
and their
Civil War Collections

NAIL (NARA Archival Information Locator), National Archives and Records Administration and their  OnLine Exhibit Hall
Navarro College's Pearce Civil War Documents Collection
including photos of  Grant and  Lee

Notre Dame Archives

Center for the Study of Southern Culture
and the  University of Mississippi Libraries

Papers and Maps of Maj. Jedediah Hotchkiss

at  The Special Collections-Library of Congress

New York Public Library

The Calvin Shedd Papers
A member of 7th Regiment,NewHampshire Volunteers

Selected Civil War Photographs from the  American Memory Project at  The Library of Congress

Springfield Armory National Historic Site's Collection's Database

St. Lawrence University  and Civil War Manuscript Collections

St. Louis Public Library

The Civil War Home Page
A growing collection of articles on the Civil War from "The Century Magazine". These were collected and republished in the 19th century as "The Battles and Leaders" series on the Civil War

Texas State Archives Adjutant General RG 401 Civil War Records, 1861-1865

Tulane Manuscripts Department

Mark Twain Exhibition at University of California, Berkeley
and The Bancroft Library at  The Online Archive of California

University of Arkansas's Index to Manuscript Collections

University of California Digital Library

University of Delaware Library Special Collections Delaware in Wartime

University of Florida African American Papers
at the  Special Collections at University of Southern Florida

University of Georgia Hargrett Library's digital copy of the Confederate Constitution
at the  American Civil War at  Images from the Hargrett Special Collection

University of Missouri's
Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Columbia
Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Kansas
Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Rolla
Western Historical Manuscript Collection - St. Louis

University of North Carolina's
Manuscripts Department
 "Civil War" search
Selected Civil War Letters from the Southern Historical Collection
Documenting the American South
This marvelous collection includes  First Person Narratives of the South , Library of Southern Literature , North American Slave Narratives , The Southern Homefront,1861-1865 , The Church in the Southern Black Community, Beginnings to 1920
 

University Of Southern Mississippi - McCain Library And Archives: The Gore Civil War Collection
part of their  Civil War Collections

University of Tennessee Knoxville's The Civil War in Knoxville

Texas Confederate Pension Records
part of the Texts and Documents, Hanover College Library
part of the  Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Tom Hughes Civil War Archives
extremely valuable website with a comprehensive guide to  State Historical Archives

U.S. Army Military History Institute's Archives and Reference Bibliographies Databases
This includes in their  MHI Digital Library
an extensive  Civil War,1861-1865
section. This includes an online copy of Frederick H. Dyer's "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion", the invaluable three volume compilation of regimental data from the Union Army

Afro-American Sources in Virginia:A Guide to Manuscripts
and  Guide to Afro-American Sources in North Carolina

Virginia Military Institute Archives and their Civil War Resources
This includes a  Stonewall Jackson's Resources page

Wake Forest University's
Rare Books and Manuscripts
With Confederate Broadside Poetry Collection

and  Civil War Memoirs of Herbert Valentine

Virginia Tech Civil War Publications

Washington and Lee University
with the  Robert E.Lee Papers at  Special CollectionsJames Graham Leyburn Library

Wright State University's Civil War Special Collections and Archives

at their  Special Collections and Archives
 
 
 

CAMPAIGNS

1861- WESTERN THEATER-BATTLE SUMMARIES
 Civil War,1861 an extract from  American Military History

MAPS
Southeastern United States,1861-USMA

Railroads of the Confederacy,1861-USMA
 
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME I (Serial No. 1)

Operations in Charleston Harbor, Dec. 20, 1860-Apr. 14, 1861; the secession of Georgia, Jan. 3-26, 1861; the secession of Alabama and Mississippi, Jan. 4-20, 1861; operations in Florida, Jan. 6-Aug. 31, 1861; the secession of North Carolina, Jan. 9-May 20, 1861; the secession of Louisiana, Jan. 10-Feb. 19, 1861; operations in Texas and New Mexico, Feb. 1-June 11, 1861; operations in Arkansas, the Indian Territory and Missouri, Feb. 7-May 9, 1861. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LI-PART 1-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

0.R-VOLUME LI-PART2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Seizure of United States forts, arsenals, etc.; vessels fired upon by State troops; expeditions for the relief of Forts Pickens and Sumter; bombardment and evacuation of Fort Sumter.

LINKS
Crisis at Fort Sumter

Civil War@Charleston

Nineteenth Century Documents Project

Causes of the Civil War

Civil War Military Actions Around Charleston,S.C

Freedman and Southern Society Project

The Attack on Fort Sumter

Historical and military map of the border and southern states-Phelps and Watson 1866(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Map of the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia-Holle 1861(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Seat of the Civil War,1861-1865-Shepards,1923-PCL Map Collection at UT Austin
 
 
 

WILSONS CREEK,1861

MAPS
The Battle of Wilson's Creek(Oak Hills)
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
O.R-VOLUME III(Serial No.3)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and the Indian Territory, May 10-Nov. 19, 1861. See also Supplemental O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Camp Jackson, Booneville, Carthage, Blue Mills, Wilson's Creek, Lexington, Fredericktown, Springfield, Belmont.

LINKS

The Battle of Wilson's Creek

 The Wilson's Creek ,Staff Ride and Battlefield Tour, Combat Studies Institute,1993

 Wilson's Creek, Staff Ride, Instructors Notes, Engineer School,1991

 Wilson's Creek,Staff Ride Instruction, Engineer School, 1991
 
 
 
 
 

O.R-VOLUME IV(Serial No.4)

Operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, June 11, 1861-Feb. 1, 1862; operations in Kentucky and Tennessee, July 1-Nov. 19, 1861; operations in North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia, Aug. 1, 1861-Jan. 11, 1862. See also Supplemental

O.R-VOLUME LI-PART 1-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LI-PART2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--San Augustine Springs; advance of Confederates into Kentucky; Columbus, Paducah, Barboursville, Camp Wildcat, Ivy Mountain; revolt of Unionists in East Tennessee; burning of Hampton; Hatteras Inlet.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME VI (Serial No. 6)

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia and Middle and East Florida, Aug. 21, 1861-Apr. 11, 1862; operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi and Louisiana, Sept. 1, 1861-May 12, 1862. See also Supplemental O.R-OLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 
 

Principal Events.--Port Royal, Jacksonville, Fort Pulaski, Pensacola, Forts Jackson and Saint Philip, New Orleans, the Lovell Court of Inquiry.

LINKS
 

Border War
 
 

1862- WESTERN THEATER-BATTLE SUMMARIES
 The Civil War,1862  an extract from  American Military History

FORT HENRY-DONELSON CAMPAIGN,1862

MAPS
Henry and Donelson Campaign,Situation January 1862 prior to Opening the Campaign-USMA

Henry- Donelson Vicinity-Union Advance on Fort Henry and Donelson and situation  February 14,1862-USMA

Henry- Donelson Campaign-Strategic Situation- February 27,1862-USMA

 Panorama of the Mississipi Valley and its Fortifications 1861 -C.Magnus-1864(Hargett Collection-UGA)
LINKS

Fort Donelson

The Capture of Fort Donelson-Part1-Lew Wallace

The Capture of Fort Donelson-Part 2 -Lew Wallace

Letters to the Editor:Re Fort Donelson
 
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME VII (Serial No.7)

Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Alabama and Southwest Virginia, Nov. 19, 1861-Mar. 4, 1862. See also Supplemental

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Rowlett's Station, Prestonburg, Logan's Cross-Roads or Mill Springs, Forts Henry and Donelson.

LINKS

The Battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky -January 19,1862

The Battle of Rowletts Station

PEA RIDGE,1862

MAPS
 

The Battle of Pea Ridge(Elkhorn Tavern) March 7-8,1862

The Battle of New Madrid and Island No. 10
 
 
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
O.R-VOLUME VIII (Serial No. 8)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and the Indian Territory, Nov. 19, 1861-Apr. 10, 1862. See also

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Round Mountain, Chusto-Talasah, Chustenahlah, Mount Zion Church, Roan's Tan-Yard, New Madrid, Island No. 10, Pea Ridge.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME IX (Serial No.9)

Operations in Southeastern Virginia, Jan. 11-Mar. 17, 1862; operations in North Carolina, Jan. 11-Aug. 20, 1862; operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, Feb. 1-Sept. 20, 1862. See also Supplemental

O.R-VOLUME LI-PART 1-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LI-PART2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Monitor and Merrimac, Roanoke Island, New Berne, Fort Macon, South Mills, Tranter's Creek, Valverde, Glorieta, "The California Column."

LINKS

Border War

The Battle of New Madrid and Island No.10

The Battle of Pea Ridge(Elkhorn Tavern)
 
 
 

SHILOH,1862

MAPS
Shiloh Campaign:Union and Confederate Concentrations and  Situation March 29,1862-USMA

Shiloh Campaign:Confederate Attack and Situation at End of the First Day, 6 April, 1862-USMA

Shiloh Campaign:Situation at the end of the Second Day of Battle, 7 April,1862-USMA

Shiloh NMP-NPS-PCL at UT Austin

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
O.R-VOLUME X-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No.10)

O.R-VOLUME X-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No.11)

Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama and Southwest Virginia, Mar. 4-June 10, 1862. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Cumberland Gap, Pittsburg Landing or Shiloh, "Railroad Raid," Corinth, Fort Pillow, Memphis, Chattanooga.
 
 

LINKS

Corinth:Crossroads of the Confederacy

Corinth Civil War History

Chronology of events leading to the battle of Corinth,1862

The Battle of Shiloh

Grant on Shiloh

Sherman on Shiloh

Shiloh Chronology

The Battle of Shiloh-U.S Grant

Albert Sidney Johnston and the Shiloh Campaign-William Preston Johnston

Notes of a Confederate Staff Officer-Thomas Jordan

The Offer of Union Command to A.S Johnston-Fitz Porter

Order of battle for Shiloh

Confederate Tales-Shiloh
 
 
 

O.R-VOLUME XIII (Serial No. 19)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory and the Department of the Northwest, Apr. 10-Nov. 20, 1862. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. .
Principal Events.---Saint Charles, Hill's Plantation, Kirksville, Independence, Lone Jack, Fort Ridgely, Newtonia, Old Fort Wayne, Clark's Mill.

O.R-VOLUME XIII (Serial No. 19)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory and the Department of the Northwest, Apr. 10-Nov. 20, 1862. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. .
Principal Events.---Saint Charles, Hill's Plantation, Kirksville, Independence, Lone Jack, Fort Ridgely, Newtonia, Old Fort Wayne, Clark's Mill.

LINKS

Border War
 

O.R-VOLUME XIV (Serial No. 20)

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia and Middle and East Florida, Apr. 12, 1862-June 11, 1863. See also Supplemental Volume O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Secessionville, Simmons' Bluff, Tampa, Saint John's Bluff, Fort McAllister, Jacksonville, Charleston Harbor.

LINKS
Battle of Secessionville-June,1862

O.R-VOLUME XV (Serial No. 21)

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi (embracing all operations against Vicksburg, May 18-July 27, 1862) and Louisiana, May 12, 1862-May 14, 1863; and operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, Sept. 20, 1862-May 14, 1863. See also Supplemental Volumes
 

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Natchez, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, Sabine Pass, Galveston, Port Hudson, Georgia Landing, Bisland, Irish Bend, Bayou Vermillion, the Sibley and Grant Courts-Martial.

O.R-VOLUME XV (Serial No. 21)

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi (embracing all operations against Vicksburg, May 18-July 27, 1862) and Louisiana, May 12, 1862-May 14, 1863; and operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, Sept. 20, 1862-May 14, 1863. See also Supplemental Volumes
 

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Natchez, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, Sabine Pass, Galveston, Port Hudson, Georgia Landing, Bisland, Irish Bend, Bayou Vermillion, the Sibley and Grant Courts-Martial.

O.R-VOLUME XV (Serial No. 21)

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi (embracing all operations against Vicksburg, May 18-July 27, 1862) and Louisiana, May 12, 1862-May 14, 1863; and operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, Sept. 20, 1862-May 14, 1863. See also Supplemental Volumes
 

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Natchez, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, Sabine Pass, Galveston, Port Hudson, Georgia Landing, Bisland, Irish Bend, Bayou Vermillion, the Sibley and Grant Courts-Martial.
 
 
 

STONES RIVER-MURFREESBORO CAMPAIGN,1862-1863

MAPS
Kentucky-Tennesse:Developments between the Battle of Shiloh and the Confederate Invasion of Kentucky-USMA
 

Kentucky-Tennesse-The Confederate Invasion of Kentucky- 14 August - 10 October,1862-USMA
 

Kentucky-Tennessee-The Battle of Stones River or Murfreesboro-USMA
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
O.R-VOLUME XVI-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 22)

O.R-VOLUME XVI-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. (Serial No. 23)

Operations in Kentucky, Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama and Southwest Virginia, June 10-Oct. 31, 1862. See also Supplemental

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

Principal Events.--Cumberland Gap, Morgan's (first)Kentucky Raid, Murfreesborough, Richmond, Munfordville, Perryville or Chaplin Hills, the Buell Commission and the T. T. Crittenden Court of Inquiry.

LINKS

The Battle of Perryville-October 8,1862

The Battle of Britton's Lane-September 1,1862

The Battle of Munfordville-September 14-17,1862

The Battle of Green River Crossing-September 20-21,1861

O.R-VOLUME XVII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 24)

O.R-VOLUME XVII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No. 25)
 

Operations in West Tennessee and Northern Mississippi, June 10, 1862-Jan. 20, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Iuka, Corinth, Coffeeville, Holly Springs, Jackson, Parker's Cross-Roads, Chickasaw Bluffs, Arkansas Post, the Van Dorn Court of Inquiry.
 

O.R-VOLUME XX-PART 1 -REPORTS (Serial No. 29)

O.R-VOLUME XX-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No.30)

Operations in Kentucky, Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama and Southwest Virginia, Nov. 1, 1862-Jan. 20, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Hartsville, Carter's Raid, Morgan's (second) Kentucky Raid, Mutiny of the Anderson Cavalry, Stone's River, Wheeler's Raid.
 

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 32)

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE (Serial No. 33)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory and the Department of the Northwest, Nov. 20, 1862-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. .
Principal Events.--Cane Hill, Prairie Grove, Springfield, Hartville, Cape Girardeau, Big Mound, Dead Buffalo Lake, Stony Lake, Cabin Creek, Helena, Honey Springs, Bayou Fourche, Little Rock, White Stone Hill, Quantrill's Raid, Devil's Backbone, Shelby's Raid, Baxter Springs, Pine Bluff.

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 32)

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE (Serial No. 33)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory and the Department of the Northwest, Nov. 20, 1862-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. .
Principal Events.--Cane Hill, Prairie Grove, Springfield, Hartville, Cape Girardeau, Big Mound, Dead Buffalo Lake, Stony Lake, Cabin Creek, Helena, Honey Springs, Bayou Fourche, Little Rock, White Stone Hill, Quantrill's Raid, Devil's Backbone, Shelby's Raid, Baxter Springs, Pine Bluff.

LINKS

Border War

Murfreesboro:December 31,1862-January 2,1863

The Battle of Stones River(Murfreesboro)

The War at Sea against the Confederacy-USMA
 
 

1863- WESTERN THEATER-BATTLE SUMMARIES
 The Civil War,1863 an extract from  American Military History

VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN,1862-1863

MAPS

Perrines new topographical war map-Perrine 1863(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Vicksburg Campaign-November 1862-March 1863-USMA

Vicksburg Campaign:The Crossing of the River and the advance to Jackson,29 April-14 May,1863-USMA

Gettysburg Campaign:Southeastern United States-General Situation-June 1,1863-USMA

Vicksburg Campaign:The Seige of Vicksburg-Operations 22 May and July 3 ,1863-USMA

Chattanooga Campaign-Situation 30 June 1863 and Movements since 24 June-USMA

Vicksburg Campaign:The Pursuit of Johnston,4-10 July and Situation 10 July 1863-USMA

Vicksburg  Map-Regional Battlefield-NPS-PCL at UT Austin

Vicksburg  Map-Area Map--NPS-PCL at UT Austin
 

O.R-VOLUME XV (Serial No. 21)

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi (embracing all operations against Vicksburg, May 18-July 27, 1862) and Louisiana, May 12, 1862-May 14, 1863; and operations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, Sept. 20, 1862-May 14, 1863. See also Supplemental Volumes
 

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Natchez, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, Sabine Pass, Galveston, Port Hudson, Georgia Landing, Bisland, Irish Bend, Bayou Vermillion, the Sibley and Grant Courts-Martial.
 

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 32)

O.R-VOLUME XXII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE (Serial No. 33)

Operations in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, the Indian Territory and the Department of the Northwest, Nov. 20, 1862-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. .
Principal Events.--Cane Hill, Prairie Grove, Springfield, Hartville, Cape Girardeau, Big Mound, Dead Buffalo Lake, Stony Lake, Cabin Creek, Helena, Honey Springs, Bayou Fourche, Little Rock, White Stone Hill, Quantrill's Raid, Devil's Backbone, Shelby's Raid, Baxter Springs, Pine Bluff.

LINKS

Border War
 

O.R-VOLUME XXIV-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No.36)

O.R-VOLUME XXIV-PART 2-REPORTS (Serial No. 37)

O.R-VOLUME XXIV-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial No. 38)

Operations in Mississippi and West Tennessee (including those in Arkansas and Louisiana connected with the siege of Vicksburg), Jan. 20-Aug. 10, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Yazoo Pass, Steele's Bayou, Grierson's Raid, Grand Gulf, Snyder's Mill, Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion's Bill, Big Black River Bridge, Vicksburg, Milliken's Bend, Goodrich's Landing.
 

LINKS

The Campaign for Vicksburg

Vicksburg

The Seige of Vicksburg-May 18-July 4,1863

Grant on Vicksburg

Chronology of the Operations against Vicksburg-May 18,1862-July4,1863

Chronology of Grant's Final Campaign and Seige of Vicksburg-March 29,1863-July 4,1863

U.S Coast Survey-Savannah to Osabaw Sound-Bache 1863(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Southern Mississippi and Alabama showing the approaches to Mobile,1863-Zimmerly 1863(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Charleston Harbor and its approaches,1863-(Hargrett Library-UGA)

New Map of Charleston Harbor showing the scene of great combat between the iron clad Monitor and the rebel batteries-J Mayer,1863(Hargrett Library-UGA)
 
 

CHICKAMAUGUA-CHATTANOGA CAMPAIGN 1863

MAPS

Map of northern Georgia and Tehhessee-Paterson 1863(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Chattanooga Campaign:Situation 30 June and Movements since 24 June-USMA

Chattanooga Campaign:The Advance on Chattanooga:Situation 15 August and Federal Advance, 16-30 August, 1863-USMA

Chattanooga Campaign:The Fall of Chattanooga: Bragg's Counterattack:Situation at Dawn, 10 September,1863 and Situation at Dusk,Septmebr 12,1863-USMA

Battle of Chickamauga:Situation at Dawn ,19 September 1863 and Situation at 1130 Hours, 20 September,1863-USMA

The Battlefield at Chickamaugua-Fergus 1864 (Hargrett Library-UGA)

Opening the Gateway:Federal Supply Line to Chattanooga and Route of Wheeler's Raid 30 September, 1863 -17 October,1863-USMA

Chickamaugua and Chattanooga NMP(Georgia/Tennessee (Regional Map)-PCL Map Collection at UT Austin

Chickamaugua and Chattanooga NMP (Georgia/Tennesee)-Regional Map-PCL Map Collection at UT Austin
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME XXIII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 34)

O.R-VOLUME XXIII-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No. 35)

Operations in Kentucky, Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama and Southwest Virginia, Jan. 21-Aug. 10, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Thompson's Station, Vaught's Hill, Pegram's Raid, Brentwood, Wheeler's Railroad Raid, Franklin, Streight's Raid, Everett's Raid, Sanders' Raid, Hines' Raid, Tullahoma Campaign, Morgan's Ohio Raid, Scott's Raid.
 

O.R-VOLUME XXVI-PART 1-REPORTS-UNION AND CONFEDERATE;CORRESPONDENCE-UNION (Serial No. 41)

O.R-VOLUME XXVI-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE-CONFEDERATE (Serial No. 42)

Operations in West Florida, Southern Alabama, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana (excluding those connected with the siege of Vicksburg), Texas and New Mexico, May 14-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.

O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Plains Store, Port Hudson, La Fourche Crossing, Donaldsonville, Cox's Plantation, Sabine Pass, Stirling's Plantation, Teche, Rio Grande.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME XXVIII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No.46)

O.R-VOLUME XXVIII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No.47)

Operations on the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia and in Middle and East Florida, June 12-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Grimball's Landing, Morris Island, Battery Wagner, Fort Sumter, Charleston, Fort Brooke.

O.R-VOLUME XXX-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No.50)

O.R-VOLUME XXX-PART 2-REPORTS (Serial No.51)

O.R-VOLUME XXX-PART 3-UNION CORRESPONDENCE (Serial No.52)

O.R-VOLUME XXX-PART 4-CORRESPONDENCE UNION AND CONFEDERATE  (Serial No. 53)
 

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama and North Georgia, Aug. II-Oct. 19, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Chickamauga, Knoxville, Blountsville, Blue Springs, Wheeler and Roddey's Raid, Chalmers' Raid, Bogue Chitto Creek, the McCook, Crittenden and Negley Court of Inquiry.

LINKS

The Chickamaugua Campaign

Chattanooga:A Road Trip Through Time

Civil War Battles in Georgia

The Blue and Gray Trail:The Civil War  in North Georgia and Chattanooga

Chronology of the Tullahoma-Chickamaugua Campaign-June 24,1863-September 20,1863

The Longstreet Chronicles

The Battle of Armstrong's Ridge,November 25,1863

1864- WESTERN THEATER-BATTLE SUMMARIES
 The Civil War,1864-1865 an extract from  American Military History

THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN 1863-1864

MAPS
Grant's Plan for the 1864 Campaign
 

The Road to Atlanta: Federal Advance from Rocky Face Ridge to the Chattahoochee River 4 May-8 July,1864; Johnson's Planned Counterattack at Cassville:Situation at Dusk, 18 May 1864; Battle of Kennesaw Mountain:Situation at 0815,27 June,1864-USMA

The Road to Atlanta:Battle at Peachtree Creek, 1500 hours, 20 July,1864;The Battle of Atlanta,22 July,1864; Battle of Ezra Church,28 July,1864; Sherman's Turning Movement Starting 29 August and Hood's Evacuation, 3 September,1864-USMA

Atlanta-From Vincents Subdivision Map-The Army of the Cumberland 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)

General Sherman's Campaign War Map-Bufford 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Part of Northern Georgia-Merrill 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Map illustrating the operations of General W.T Sherman in Georgia-Poe/J.Bien 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Map illustrating the siege of Atlanta-Poe 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)

Map showing the operations of the national forces under the command of Maj.Gen.W.T Sherman-n.a 1864(Hargrett Library-UGA)
 

Atlanta Campaign NPS-PCL at UT Austin

Kennesaw Mountain NMP-NPS-PCL at UT Austin

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME XXXI-PART 1-REPORTS (serial no. 54)

O.R-VOLUME XXXI-PART 2-REPORTS (Serial No.55)

O.R-VOLUME XXXI-PART 3-CORRESPONDENCE (Serial No. 56)

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama and North Georgia, Oct. 20-Dec. 31, 1863. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Reopening of Tennessee River, Wauhatchie, Collierville, Campbell's Station, Knoxville (Fort Sanders), Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Ringgold Gap, Bean's Station, Mossy Creek, the Schurz and Hecker Court of Inquiry and the McLaws Court-Martial.
 

O.R-VOLUME XXXII-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 57)

O.R-VOLUME XXXII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (serial No. 58)

O.R-VOLUME XXXII-PART 3 -CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (serial No. 59)

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and North Georgia, Jan. 1-Apr. 30, 1864. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Dandridge, Athens, Fair Garden, Meridian, Okolona, Dalton, Fort Pillow.
 

O.R-VOLUME XXXVIII-PART 2-REPORTS (serial No.73)

O.R-VOLUME XXXVIII-PART 3-REPORTS (Serial No.74)

O.R-VOLUME XXXVIII-PART 4-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No.75)

O.R-VOLUME XXXVIII-PART 5-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (serial no. 76)
 

The Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign, May 1-Sept. 8, 1864. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Rocky Face Ridge, Dalton, Resaca, Adairsville, New Hope Church, Pickett's Mills, Dallas, Marietta, Kenesaw Mountain, Kolb's Farm, Rousseau's Raid, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Garrard's Raids, Ezra Church, Utoy Creek, McCook's Raid, Stoneman's Raid, Wheeler's Raid, Kilpatrick's Raid, Jonesborough, Lovejoy's Station.
 
 

O.R-VOLUME XLIV-REPORTS,CORRESPODENCE,ETC (Serial No. 92)

Operations in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, Nov. 14-Dec. 31, 1864. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Griswoldville, Buck Head Creek, Honey Hill, Waynesborough, Savannah, Fort McAllister.

LINKS

Atlanta Campaign,Staff Ride,Briefing Book,Reserve Command,1995

The Blue and Gray Trail:The Civil War  in North Georgia and Chattanooga

Pickett's Mill-May 27,1864

Peachtree Creek:The 33rd Missisippi Infantry at Peachtree Creek-July 1864

The Atlanta Campaign (May 1-September 5,1864

The Battle of Pilot Knob-August-Septmber 1864

Battle of Allatoona Pass-October 15,1864

Order of battle of the Atlanta Campaign

Fort Pillow

Battle of Resaca-May 14-15,1864

Battle of Resaca II Modern efforts to presevre the battlefield

Forrest gets the Bulge on Sooy Smith-Edwin C. Bearss
 
 

RED RIVER CAMPAIGN 1864

LINKS
The Red River Campaign(10.Mar-22'May 1864)

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME XXXIV-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No. 61)

O.R-VOLUME XXXIV-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC, (serial no.62)

O.R-VOLUME XXXIV-PART 3-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial No. 63)

O.R-VOLUME XXXIV-PART 4-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (serial No. 64)

Operations in Louisiana and the Trans-Mississippi States and Territories, Jan. 1-June 30, 1864. See also Supplemental O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Red River, Sabine Cross-Roads, Pleasant Hill, Blair's Landing, Monett's Ferry, Mansura, Yellow Bayou, Camden, Elkin's Ferry, Poison Spring, Marks' Mills, Jenkins' Ferry, Old River Lake.

O.R-VOLUME XLI-PART 1-REPORTS (Serial No.83

O.R-VOLUME XLI-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (serial No. 84)

O.R-VOLUME XLI-PART 3-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial No. 85)

O.R-VOLUME XLI-PART 4-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial No. 86)

Operations in Louisiana and the Trans-Mississippi States and Territories, July 1-Dec. 31, 1864. See also Supplemental O.R-VOLUME LIII-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Tahkahokuty Mountain, Price's Missouri Expedition (including Fort Davidson, Glasgow, Lexington, Little Blue, Independence, Big Blue, Westport, Marais des Cygnes, Little Osage River, Charlot and Newtonia), Adobe Fort, Sand Creek.

LINKS

The Battle of Olustee-February 20,1864

Border War

Wirt Adams repels Yankee Task Force at Yazoo City,April,1864-Edward Bearss
 

FRANKLIN-NASHVILLE CAMPAIGN 1864

MAPS

Franklin and Nashville Campaign: Situation November 26 and Movements since 29 September 1864-USMA

Franklin and Nashville Campaign: Battle of Spring Hill:Situation at Sunset,29 November,1864;Battle of Franklin :Situation at 1530 hours and Confederate Counterattack at 1600, 30 November,1864-USMA

Battle of Nashville:Situtation at about 1300 hours , 15 December,1864; Federal Attacks, 1600 hours, 16 December 1864-USMA
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
 

O.R-VOLUME XLV-PART 1-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Serial No. 93)

O.R-VOLUME XLV-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial no. 94)
 

Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and North Georgia, Nov. 14, 1864-Jan. 23, 1865. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LII-PART1- REPORTS,UNION CORRESPONDENCE,ETC

O.R-VOLUME LII-PART 2-CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
 

Principal Events.--Columbia, Spring Hill, Franklin (Tenn.), Murfreesborough, Lyon's Raid, Nashville, Marion, Saltville, Verona, Egypt, Franklin (Miss.), the Hodge Court of Inquiry.

LINKS

Battle of Franklin

Save the Franklin Battlefield

The Battle of Nashville

Major General Edward "Alleghany" Johnson,C.S.A
 

General Albert Lee's Liberty Raid-November,1864-Edwin C. Bearss
 

1865- WESTERN THEATER-BATTLE SUMMARIES

 The Civil War,1864-1865 an extract from American Military History
MARCH TO THE SEA AND ADVANCE INTO THE CAROLINAS,1864-1865
 

MAPS

Principal Federal Movements- November 1864-April 1865-USMA
 
 

PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

O.R-VOLUME XLVII-PART 1 -REPORTS (Serial No. 98)

O.R-VOLUME XLVII-PART 2-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC (Serial No. 99)

O.R-VOLUME XLVII-PART 3-CORRESPONDENCE,ETC. (Sserial No. 100)

Operations in North Carolina (from Feb. 1), South Carolina, Southern Georgia and East Florida, Jan. 1-June 30, 1865. See also Supplemental
O.R-VOLUME LIII-SUPPLEMENTAL-REPORTS,CORRESPONDENCE,ETC.
Principal Events.--Columbia, Charleston, Wilmington, Kinston or Wise's Forks, Monroe's Cross-Roads, Averasborough, Bentonville, Goldsborough, Raleigh, Durham Station (surrender of Johnston's Army), Surrender of Confederate troops in Florida, Review of Sherman's Army.

LINKS

Bentonville-March 21,1865

Morrisville,North Carolina-April 13,1865

Monroes Crossroads,March 10,1865,NC,Staff Ride Study,1997

The Battle of Honey Hill-November 30,1864
 
 

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