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Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg!
A stunning defeat for the Union. Confederate Robert E. Lee suffered roughly 5,000 casualties but inflicted nearly 13,000--on his opponent, General Ambrose Burnside.

American Civil War
Alphabetic List of Battles


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Civil War Milledgeville: Tales from the Confederate Capital of Georgia
In the town of Milledgeville, Georgia--the state capital during the Civil War the actions of local soldiers and citizens alike tell a story that is unique to that locale. The division between combatant and civilian at the local level is not always clear. The often forgotten events and people that have shaped our larger understanding of the Civil War, from a womens riot to a confederate cavalry rescue.

Adairsville Georgia May 17, 1864
Albemarle Sound North Carolina May 5, 1864
Aldie Virginia June 17, 1863
Allatoona Georgia October 5, 1864
Amelia Springs Virginia April 5, 1865
Antietam / Sharpsburg Maryland September 16-18, 1862
Appomattox Station Virginia April 8, 1865
Appomattox Court House Virginia April 9, 1865
Aquia Creek Virginia May 29-June 1, 1861
Arkansas Post / Fort Hindman Arkansas January 9-11, 1863
Atlanta Georgia July 22, 1864
Athens Alabama January 26, 1864
Averasborough / Smiths Ferry / Black River North Carolina March 16, 1865
Auburn / Catlett's Station / St. Stephen's Church Virginia October 13, 1863
Auburn / Coffee Hill Virginia October 14, 1863

Ball's Bluff / Leesburg Virginia October 21, 1861
Baton Rouge / Magnolia Cemetery Louisiana August 5, 1862
Baxter Springs Kansas October 6, 1863
Bayou Fourche / Little Rock Arkansas September 10, 1863
Bean's Station Tennessee December 14, 1863
Bear River / Massacre at Boa Ogoi Idaho January 29, 1863
Beaver Dam Creek / Mechanicsville / Ellerson's Mill Virginia June 26, 1862
Bentonville / Bentonsville North Carolina March 19-21, 1865
Berryville Virginia September 3-4, 1864
Big Bethel / Bethel Church Virginia June 10, 1861
Big Black River Bridge Mississippi May 17, 1863
Blair's Landing / Pleasant Hill Landing Louisiana April 12-13, 1864
Blountsville Tennessee September 22, 1863
Blue Springs Tennessee October 10, 1863
Boonsboro Maryland July 8, 1863
Boonville Missouri June 17, 1861
Boydton Plank / Hatcher's Run / Burgess' Mill Virginia October 27-28, 1864
Brandy Station / Fleetwood Hill Virginia June 9, 1863
Brentwood Tennessee March 25, 1863
Brices Cross Roads / Tishomingo Creek Mississippi June 10, 1864
Bristoe Station Virginia October 14, 1863
Buck Head Creek Georgia November 28, 1864
Buckland Mills / Buckland Races / Chestnut Hill Virginia October 19, 1863
Bull Run / Blackburn's Ford Virginia July 18, 1861
Bull's Gap Tennessee November 11-13, 1864

Cabin Creek Oklahoma July 1-2, 1863
Camp Allegheny / Allegheny Mountain West Virginia December 13, 1861
Campbell's Station Tennessee November 16, 1863
Cane Hill / Boston Mountains Arkansas November 28, 1862
Carnifex Ferry West Virginia September 10, 1861
Carthage Missouri July 5, 1861
Cedar Creek Virginia October 19, 1864
Cedar Mountain / Slaughter's Mountain / Cedar Run Virginia August 9, 1862
Chaffin's Farm / New Market Heights Virginia September 29-30, 1864
Chalk Bluff Arkansas May 1-2, 1863
Champion Hill / Bakers Creek Mississippi May 16, 1863
Chancellorsville Virginia April 30-May 6, 1863
Chantilly / Ox Hill Virginia September 1, 1862
Charleston Harbor / Fort Sumter South Carolina April 7, 1863
Charleston Harbor / Battery Gregg South Carolina September 7-8, 1863
Chattanooga Tennessee June 7-8, 1862
Chattanooga Tennessee August 21, 1863
Chattanooga Tennessee November 23-25, 1863
Chester Station Virginia May 10, 1864
Cheat Mountain Summit West Virginia September 12-15 1861
Chickamauga Georgia September 18-20, 1863
Chickasaw Bayou / Walnut Hills Mississippi December 26-29, 1862
Chustenahlah Oklahoma December 26, 1861
Chusto-Talasah / Caving Banks Oklahoma December 9, 1861
Cloyd's Mountain Virginia May 9, 1864
Cockpit Point / Freestone Point Virginia January 3, 1862
Cold Harbor Second Virginia May 31-June 12, 1864
Collierville Tennessee November 3, 1863
Columbia Tennessee November 24-29, 1864
Cool Spring / Island Ford / Parkers Ford Virginia July 17-18, 1864
Corinth Mississippi April 29-June 10, 1862
Corinth Mississippi October 3-4, 1862
Corydon Indiana July 9, 1863
Cove Mountain Virginia May 10, 1864
Crater / The Mine Virginia July 30, 1864
Cross Keys Virginia June 8, 1862
Cumberland Church / Farmville Virginia April 7, 1865

Dallas / Pumpkinvine Creek Georgia May 26-June 1, 1864
Dalton I Georgia February 22-27, 1864
Dalton II Georgia August 14-15, 1864
Dandridge Tennessee January 17, 1864
Darbytown / New Market Roads / Fourmile Creek Virginia October 7, 1864
Darbytown Road / Alms House Virginia October 13, 1864
Davis' Cross Roads / Dug Gap Georgia September 10-11, 1864
Day's Gap / Sand Mountain Alabama May 4, 1864
Decatur Alabama October 26-29, 1864
Deep Bottom I / Strawberry Plains / Gravel Hill Virginia July 27-29, 1864
Deep Bottom II / Fussell's Mill / Bailey's Creek Virginia August 13-20, 1864
Devil's Backbone / Backbone Mountain Arkansas September 1, 1863
Dinwiddie Court House Virginia March 31, 1865
Donaldsonville Louisiana June 28, 1863
Dover / Fort Donelson Tennessee February 3, 1863
Dranesville Virginia December 20, 1861
Drewry's Bluff / Fort Darling / Fort Drewry Virginia May 15, 1862
Droop Mountain West Virginia November 6, 1863
Dry Wood Creek / Battle of the Mules Missouri September 2, 1861

Elkin's Ferry Okolona Arkansas April 3-4, 1864
Eltham's Landing Barhamsville / West Point Virginia May 7, 1862
Ezra Church / Battle of the Poor House Georgia July 28, 1864

Fair Garden Tennessee January 27, 1864
Fair Oaks / Darbytown Road / Second Fair Oaks Virginia October 27-28, 1864
Fisher's Hill Virginia September 21-22, 1864
Five Forks Virginia April 1, 1865
Front Royal / Guard Hill / Cedarville Virginia May 23, 1862
Folck's Mill / Cumberland Maryland August 1, 1864
Franklin Tennessee April 10, 1863
Franklin Tennessee November 30, 1864
Fredericksburg I / Marye's Heights Virginia December 11-15, 1862
Fredericksburg II / Marye's Heights Virginia May 3, 1863

Fort Anderson / Deep Gully North Carolina March 13-15, 1863
Fort Blakeley Alabama April 2-9, 1865
Fort Bisland / Bethel Place Louisiana April 12-13, 1863
Fort Brooke Florida October 16-18, 1863
Fort DeRussy Louisiana March 14, 1864
Fort Donelson Tennessee February 11-16, 1862
Fort Fisher North Carolina December 7-27, 1864
Fort Fisher North Carolina January 13-15, 1865
Fort Henry Tennessee February 6, 1862
Fort Jackson / Fort St. Philip Louisiana April 16-28, 1862
Fort McAllister I Georgia March 3, 1863
Fort McAllister II Georgia December 13, 1864
Fort Macon North Carolina March 23-April 26, 1862
Fort Pillow Tennessee April 12, 1864
Fort Pocahontas May 24, 1864
Fort Pulaski Georgia April 10-11, 1862
Fort Sanders / Fort Loudon Tennessee November 29, 1863
Fort Stedman Virginia March 25, 1865
Fort Sumter South Carolina April 12-14, 1861
Fort Sumter / Charleston Harbor / Morris Island South Carolina Aug 17- 23, 1863
Fort Wagner / Morris Island South Carolina July 10-11, 1863
Fort Wagner / Morris Island South Carolina July 18-September 7, 1863

Gaines' Mill / First Cold Harbor Virginia June 27, 1862
Galveston Texas October 4, 1862
Galveston Texas January 1, 1863
Garnett's Farm / Golding's Farm Virginia June 27-28, 1862
Georgia Landing / Labadieville / Texana Louisiana October 27, 1862
Gettysburg Pennsylvania July 1-3, 1863
Glendale / Frayser's Farm / Riddell's Shop Virginia June 30, 1862
Globe Tavern / Yellow Tavern / Blick's Station Virginia August 18-21, 1864
Goldsborough Bridge North Carolina December 17, 1862
Goodrich's Landing / The Mounds / Lake Providence Louisiana June 29u009630, 1863
Grand Gulf Mississippi April 29, 1863
Greenbrier River / Camp Bartow West Virginia October 3, 1861
Griswoldville Georgia November 22, 1864
Guard Hill / Front Royal / Cedarville Virginia August 16, 1864

Hampton Roads / Battle of the Ironclads Virginia March 8-9, 1862
Hancock / Romney Campaign Maryland January 5-6, 1862
Hanover Pennsylvania June 30, 1863
Hanover Court House / Slash Church Virginia May 27, 1862
Harpers Ferry West Virginia September 12-15, 1862
Hartsville Tennessee December 7, 1862
Hatcher's Run / Dabney's Mill / Rowanty Creek Virginia February 5-7, 1865
Hatchie's Bridge / Davis Bridge / Matamora Tennessee October 5, 1862
Hatteras Batteries / Fort Clark / Fort Hatteras North Carolina August 28-29, 1861
Haw's Shop / Enon Church Virginia May 28, 1864
Helena Arkansas July 4, 1863
High Bridge Virginia April 6-7, 1865
Hill's Plantation / Cache River / Cotton Plant Arkansas April 2, 1865
Hoke's Run / Falling Waters / Hainesville West Virginia July 2, 1861
Honey Hill South Carolina November 30, 1864
Honey Springs / Elk Creek / Shaw's Inn Oklahoma July 17, 1863
Hoover's Gap Tennessee June 24-26, 1863

Irish Bend / Nerson's Woods / Franklin Louisiana April 14, 1863
Iuka Mississippi September 19, 1862

Jackson Tennessee December 19, 1862
Jackson Mississippi May 14, 1863
Jenkins' Ferry Arkansas April 30, 1864
Jerusalem Plank Road / First Battle of Weldon Virginia June 21-24, 1864
Jonesborough Georgia August 31u0096September 1, 1864
Johnsonville Tennessee November 4-5, 1864

Kelly's Ford / Kellysville Virginia March 17, 1863
Kennesaw Mountain Georgia June 27, 1864
Kernstown Virginia March 23, 1862
Kernstown Second Virginia July 24, 1864
Kessler's Cross Lanes West Virginia August 26, 1861
Kinston North Carolina December 14, 1862
Kock's Plantation / Cox's Plantation Louisiana July 12-13, 1863
Kolb's Farm Georgia June 22, 1864

LaFourche Crossing Louisiana June 20-21, 1863
Lawrence / Lawrence Massacre Kansas August 21, 1863
Lewis's Farm / Quaker Road / Military Road Virginia March 29, 1865
Lovejoy's Station Georgia August 20, 1864
Lynchburg Virginia June 17-18, 1864

Malvern Hill / Poindexter's Farm Virginia July 1, 1862
Manassas First / First Bull Run Virginia July 21, 1861
Manassas Station Operations Virginia August 25-27,1862
Manassas Second / Second Bull Run Virginia August 28-30, 1862
Manassas Gap / Wapping Heights Virginia July 23, 1863
Mansfield / Sabine Cross-Roads / Pleasant Grove Louisiana April 8, 1864
Mansura / Smith's Place / Marksville Louisiana May 16, 1864
Marais des Cygnes / Battle of Trading Post Kansas October 25, 1864
Marietta / Pine Hill / Ruff's Mill Georgia June 9-July 3, 1864
Marion Virginia December 17-18, 1864
Marks' Mills Arkansas April 25, 1864
McDowell / Sitlington's Hill Virginia May 8, 1862
Memphis Tennessee June 6, 1862
Memphis Tennessee August 21, 1864
Meridian Mississippi February 14-20, 1864
Middle Boggy Depot Oklahoma February 13, 1864
Middleburg Virginia June 17-19, 1863
Milliken's Bend Louisiana June 7, 1863
Mine Creek / Battle of the Osage Kansas October 25, 1864
Mine Run / Payne's Farm / New Hope Church Virginia Nov 27-Dec 2, 1863
Mobile Bay / Fort Morgan Fort Gaines Alabama August 2-23, 1864
Monett's Ferry / Cane River Crossing Louisiana April 23, 1864
Monocacy Maryland July 9, 1864
Monroe's Cross Roads / Fayetteville Road / Blue Farm N. Carolina March 10, 1865
Moorefield / Oldfields West Virginia August 7, 1864
Morton's Ford / Rapidan River Virginia February 6-7, 1864
Mossy Creek Tennessee December 29, 1863
Murfreesboro Tennessee July 13, 1862
Murfreesboro / Wilkinson Pike / Cedars Tennessee December 5-7, 1864

Namozine Church Virginia April 3 1865
Nashville Tennessee December 15-16, 1864
Natural Bridge Florida March 6, 1865
New Berne North Carolina March 14, 1862
New Hope Church Georgia May 25-26, 1864
New Market Virginia May 15, 1864
New Orleans Louisiana April 25u0096May 1, 1862
North Anna / Jericho Mill / Hanover Junction Virginia May 23-26, 1864

Oak Grove French's Field / King's School House Virginia June 25, 1862
Okolona Mississippi February 22, 1864
Old Church / Matadequin Creek Virginia May 30, 1864
Old Fort Wayne / Beaty's Prairie Oklahoma October 22, 1862
Old River Lake / Ditch Bayou / Lake Chicot ArkansasJune 6, 1864
Olustee / Ocean Pond Florida February 20, 1864
Opequon / Third Winchester Virginia September 19, 1864

Palmito Ranch / Palmito Hill Texas May 12-13, 1865
Parker's Cross Roads Tennessee December 31, 1862
Pea Ridge / Elkhorn Tavern Arkansas March 6-8, 1862
Peachtree Creek Georgia July 20, 1864
Peebles' Farm / Poplar Springs Church Virginia September 30, 1864
Petersburg Virginia June 9, 1864
Petersburg 'Assault on' Virginia June 15-18, 1864
Petersburg / The Breakthrough Virginia April 2, 1865
Philippi / Philippi Races West Virginia June 3, 1861
Pickett's Mills / New Hope Georgia May 27, 1864
Piedmont Virginia June 5-6, 1864
Pine Bluff Arkansas October 25, 1863
Plains Store / Springfield Road Louisiana May 21, 1863
Pleasant Hill Louisiana April 9, 1864
Plymouth North Carolina April 17-20, 1864
Poison Spring Arkansas April 18, 1864
Port Gibson / Thompson's Hill Mississippi May 1, 1863
Port Hudson Louisiana May 21-July 9, 1863
Port Republic Virginia June 9, 1862
Port Walthall Junction Virginia May 6-7, 1864
Prairie D'Ane / Gum Grove / Moscow Arkansas April 9-13, 1864
Prairie Grove / Fayetteville Arkansas December 7, 1862
Princeton Courthouse / Actions at Wolf Creek West Virginia May 15-17, 1862
Proctor's Creek / Drewry's Bluff, / Fort Darling Virginia May 12-16, 1864

Rappahannock Station / Waterloo Bridge Virginia August 22-25, 1862
Rappahannock Station Virginia November 7, 1863
Raymond Mississippi May 12, 1863
Ream's Station Virginia June 29, 1864
Ream's Station Virginia August 25, 1864
Resaca Georgia May 13-15, 1864
Rice's Station Virginia April 6, 1865
Rich Mountain West Virginia July 11, 1861
Ringgold Gap / Taylor's Ridge Georgia November 27, 1863
Rivers' Bridge / Owens' Crossroads South Carolina February 3, 1865
Roanoke Island / Fort Huger North Carolina February 7-8, 1862
Rocky Face Ridge / Mill Creek / Dug Gap Georgia May 7-13, 1864
Round Mountain Oklahoma November 19, 1861
Rutherford's Farm Virginia July 20, 1864

Sabine Pass Texas September 24-25, 1862
Sabine Pass II Texas September 8, 1863
Sailor's Creek / Hillsman Farm Virginia April 6, 1865
Saint Charles Arkansas June 17, 1862
Saint Mary's Church / Nance's Shop Virginia June 24, 1864
Saint John's Bluff Florida October 1-3, 1862
Salem Church / Banks' Ford Virginia May 3-4, 1863
Saltville Virginia October 2, 1864
Saltville Virginia December 20-21, 1864
Sand Creek / Chivington Massacre Colorado November 29-30, 1864
Santa Rosa Island Florida October 9, 1861
Sappony Church / Stony Creek Depot Virginia June 28, 1864
Savage's Station Virginia June 29, 1862
Secessionville / Ft. Lamar / James Island South Carolina June 16, 1862
Secessionville / Grimball's Landing / James Island South Carolina July 16, 1863
Selma Alabama April 2, 1865
Seven Pines / Fair Oaks Station Virginia May 31-June 1, 1862
Sewell's Point Virginia May 18-19, 1861
Shepherdstown / Boteler's Ford West Virginia September 19-20, 1862
Shiloh / Pittsburg Landing Tennessee April 6-7, 1862
Simmon's Bluff South Carolina June 21, 1862
Smithfield Crossing West Virginia August 25-29, 1864
Snyder's Bluff / Snyder's Mill Mississippi April 29-May 1, 1863
South Mills / Camden North Carolina April 19, 1862
South Mountain / Crampton Gap / Turner Gap / Fox Gap Maryland Sept 14, 1862
Spanish Fort Alabama March 27-April 8, 1865
Spring Hill Tennessee November 29, 1864
Spotsylvania Court House / Corbin's Bridge Virginia May 8-21, 1864
Staunton River / Blacks and Whites Virginia June 25, 1864
Stirling's Plantation / Fordoche Bridge Louisiana September 29, 1863
Stones River / Murfreesboro Tennessee Dec 31, 1862-Jan 2, 1863
Suffolk / Fort Huger / Hill's Point Virginia April 11-May 4, 1863
Suffolk / Norfleet House Battery Virginia April 13-15, 1863
Summit Point / Flowing Springs / Cameron's Depot West Virginia August 21, 1864
Sutherland's Station Virginia April 2, 1865
Swift Creek / Arrowfield Church Virginia May 9, 1864

Tampa Florida June 30-July 1, 1862
Thompson's Station Tennessee March 5, 1863
Tom's Brook / Woodstock Races Virginia October 9, 1864
Thoroughfare Gap / Chapman's Mill Virginia August 28, 1862
Totopotomoy Creek / Shady Grove Road Virginia May 28-30, 1864
Tranter's Creek North Carolina June 5, 1862
Trevilian Station Virginia June 11-12, 1864
Tupelo / Harrisburg Mississippi July 14-15, 1864

Upperville Virginia June 21, 1863
Utoy Creek Georgia August 5-7, 1864

Vaught's Hill / Milton Tennessee March 20, 1863
Vermillion Bayou Louisiana April 17, 1863
Vicksburg Mississippi May 18-July 4, 1863

Walkerton / Mantapike Hill Virginia March 2, 1864
Ware Bottom Church Virginia May 20, 1864
Washington North Carolina March 30-April 20, 1863
Wauhatchie / Brown's Ferry Tennessee October 28-29, 1863
Waynesborough Georgia December 4, 1864
Waynesboro Virginia March 2, 1865
White Hall / Whitehall / White Hall Ferry North Carolina December 16, 1862
White Oak Road / Hatcher's Run / Gravelly Run Virginia March 31, 1865
White Oak Swamp Virginia June 30, 1862
Williamsport / Hagerstown / Falling Waters Maryland July 6-16, 1863
Wilmington / Forks Road / Sugar Loaf Hill North Carolina February 12-22, 1865
Wilson's Creek / Oak Hills Missouri August 10, 1861
Wilson's Wharf May 24, 1864
Williamsburg / Fort Magruder Virginia May 5, 1862
Winchester / Bowers Hill Virginia May 25, 1862
Wilson's Wharf / Fort Pocahontas Virginia May 24, 1864
Wilderness / Furnaces / Todd's Tavern Virginia May 5-7, 1864
Winchester Second Virginia June 13-15, 1863
Wyse Fork / Wilcox's Bridge North Carolina March 7-10, 1865

Yellow Bayou / Norwood's Plantation Louisiana May 18, 1864
Yellow Tavern Virginia May 11, 1864
Yorktown Virginia April 5-May 4, 1862



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Brandy Station, Virginia, June 9, 1863: The Largest Cavalry Battle of the Civil War

Major General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker. Relieving the disgraced and outmatched Burnside, Hooker reorganized his troops, establishing regular drills, procuring adequate rations and instituting company colors, thereby giving his soldiers back their fighting spirit.








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Manassas To Appomattox

From Manassas to Appomattox: General James Longstreet
According to some, he was partially to blame for the Confederate defeat at Gettysburg; according to others, if Lee had followed Longstreet's advice, they would have won that battle. He has been called stubborn and vain; and he has been lauded as one of the greatest tacticians of the Civil War





Antietam The Soldiers Battle

The story of the American Civil War's bloodiest day. The book also includes 72 sketch maps of the battle.






Fort Donelson's Legacy: War and Society in Kentucky and Tennessee, 1862-1863

This book has period illustrations and maps in each chapter. From the failed Southern invasion of Kentucky to the "uncivil" guerilla warfare in middle Tennessee.







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Perryville
This Grand Havoc of Battle

On October 8, 1862, Union and Confederate forces clashed near Perryville, Kentucky, in what would be the largest battle ever fought on Kentucky soil.






Sabine Pass: The Confederacy's Thermopylae

Confederate president Jefferson Davis made the claim: "That battle at Sabine Pass was more remarkable than the battle at Thermopylae." Sabine Pass was the site of one of the most decisive Civil War battles







Journal Of Rufus Rowe
Witness To The Battle Of Fredricksburg

Witness the raw carnage of war; the dead horses, the deafening boom of cannon and gun fire, the exhaustion and hunger, soldiers stripping clothes and items off dead soldiers, truces agreed upon too bury the dead







The Battle of Fort Sumter

A discourse preached on the day of national fasting thanksgiving & prayer in the First Presbyterian Church Charleston SC June 13 1861 Gale Archival Editions: On Demand are digital copies of rare and out-of-print historical content. Delivered where and when you need them





The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville

John Bell Hood rallied his demoralized troops and marched them off the Tennessee, desperately hoping to draw Sherman after him and forestall the Confederacy's defeat






This Terrible Sound
The Battle of Chickamauga

Study of the great bloody battle of Chickamauga that was the last great offensive, although costsly, victory by the Confederates. This is a detailed account of the movements of regiments, brigades, divisions.





Shilol: A Novel by Shelby Foote

One of the best novels of the American Civil War. Foote is able to capture not only the sense of the battle, but the spirit of the soldiers who fought there. A study of the human condition and how it deals with the horrors of war






The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864

Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Campaign of 1864 lasted more than four months and claimed more than 25,000 casualties. The armies of Philip H. Sheridan and Jubal A. Early contended for immense stakes






Second Manassas 1862
Robert E Lee's greatest victory

Robert E Lee came as close as he ever would to exterminating his Northern enemies. In so doing, Lee established himself as the South's pre-eminent military commander and the Army of Northern Virginia as it's most powerful weapon

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Civil War Collectibles

High quality, intricately detailed, hand-painted and phthalate free
Civil War State Battle Maps
American Civil War Exhibits
American Civil War Timeline
Kids Zone Causes of the Civil War
Women in the Civil War
Civil War Summary
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Civil War soldier toys 102 pieces
Civil War Soldier 102 Piece Playset
 
  • 25 Union and 25 Confederate Soldier Figures, 18 Horses, 10 Cannon
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The Confederate Cookbook
The Confederate Cookbook: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans

340 of Dixie's finest recipes courtesy of contemporary Confederate kitchens from Florida to Alaska. Here you'll find the delicious, traditional dishes that evoke the flavour of the Old South, as well as savoury regional favourites from all over the country. Fascinating historic anecdotes and previously unpublished, nostalgic sepia-toned images of identified Confederate soldiers are here for maximum visual appeal, along with easy-to-use instructions for making memorable dishes


To 'Joy My Freedom: Southern Black Women's Lives and Labors after the Civil War

Thousands of former slaves flocked to southern cities in search of work, they found the demands placed on them as wage-earners disturbingly similar to those they had faced as slaves: seven-day workweeks, endless labor, and poor treatment
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Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War

When Confederate men marched off to battle, southern women struggled with the new responsibilities of directing farms and plantations, providing for families, and supervising increasingly restive slaves

Civil War Milledgeville: Tales from the Confederate Capital of Georgia

In the town of Milledgeville, Georgia--the state capital during the Civil War the actions of local soldiers and citizens alike tell a story that is unique to that locale. The division between combatant and civilian at the local level is not always clear. The often forgotten events and people that have shaped our larger understanding of the Civil War, from a womens riot to a confederate cavalry rescue.

A Grand Army of Black Men: Letters from African-American Soldiers in the Union Army 1861-1865
Almost 200,000 African-American soldiers fought for the Union in the Civil War. Although most were illiterate ex-slaves, several thousand were well educated, free black men from the northern states

Where the South Lost the War: An Analysis of the Fort Henry-Fort Donelson Campaign
The war probably could have been over in 1862 had Lieutenant Phelps destroyed the bridge at Florence. Not doing so provided a retreat for A. S. Johnston to move his men to Corinth and then to Shiloh

Lee's Cavalrymen: A History of the Mounted Forces of the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865
The cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia its leadership, the military life of its officers and men as revealed in their diaries and letters, the development of its tactics as the war evolved, and the influence of government policies on its operational abilities. All the major players and battles are involved

War in Kentucky: From Shiloh to Perryville
Union gains in the Mississippi Valley and in Tennessee and Kentucky had brought the Confederacy to a point of crisis. This addition to the literature on the Civil War in the West tells how the Union then failed to press home its advantage while the Confederacy failed to force Kentucky into the Confederacy

The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864
Fought in a tangled forest fringing the south bank of the Rapidan River, the Battle of the Wilderness marked the initial engagement in the climactic months of the Civil War in Virginia, and the first encounter between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee

To the North Anna River
Grant and Lee, May 13-25, 1864

Spectacular narrative of the initial campaign between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee in 1864. May 13 through 25, was critical in the clash between the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia.

Grant's Secret Service: The Intelligence War from Belmont to Appomattox
The first scholarly examination of the use of military intelligence under Ulysses S. Grant's command during the Civil War. Feis makes the new and provocative argument that Grant's use of the Army of the Potomac's Bureau of Military Information played a significant role in Lee's defeat
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Men of Fire: Grant, Forrest, and the Campaign That Decided the Civil War
In the winter of 1862, on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee, two extraordinary military leaders faced each other in an epic clash that would transform them both and change the course of American history forever

Encyclopedia of the American Civil War: A Political, Social, and Military History
Definitive Reference Work, this volume, rich with over 500 illustrations, 75 maps, and 250 primary source documents, offers more than 1,600 entries that chart the war's strategic aims, analyze diplomatic and political maneuvering, describe key military actions, sketch important participants, assess developments in military science, and discuss the social and financial impact of the conflict.

Charles W. Quantrell
A True History Of His Guerilla Warfare On The Missouri And Kansas Border During The Civil War Of 1861-1865

This book was written just as Captain Harrison Trow told it to John P. Burch, giving accounts of fights that he participated in, narrow escapes experienced, dilemmas it seemed almost impossible to get out of, and also other battles

Secret Six: The True Tale of the Men Who Conspired with John Brown
The story of how Brown was covertly aided by a circle of prosperous and privileged Northeasterners who supplied him with money and weapons, and, before the raid, even hid him in their homes while authorities sought Brown on a murder charge. These men called themselves the Secret Six.

The Shipwreck of Their Hopes
The Battles for Chattanooga

All the information you need to understand the flow of the battle at Chattanooga as well as the political intriguing that helped to shape the results is here


Sid Meier's Civil War Collection
Take command of either Confederate or Union troops and command them to attack from the trees, rally around the general, or do any number of other realistic military actions. The AI reacts to your commands as if it was a real Civil War general, and offers infinite replayability. The random-scenario generator provides endless variations on the battles

Civil War Battles
Campaign Atlanta

You decide the outcome of a duel between two determined generals in the American Civil War. It's 1864 and the Union forces are ready to make a final drive into the Deep South. General William T. Sherman advances to destroy the Confederate Army of Tennessee & capture the city of Atlanta. Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston planned on using Georgia's difficult terrain to inflict heavy losses

Campaign Chickamauga
Civil War Battles

A defining moment in the Civil War -- one that could have spelled victory for the South if things had been slightly different. At Chickamauga Creek near Chattanooga, TN there was a battle that earned it a new nickname: "River Of Blood." Chattanooga was a vital rail station at the time and had fallen to Union General Rosecrans
History Channel Secret Missions
History Channel Civil War
Secret Missions

There are about a half-dozen different small arms types, but the Henry is the best for rapid repeating fire and least reloading. The shotgun they give you is useless: you must aim spot-on to affect an enemy, so why not just use the rifle? Grenades are useful at times.

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