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This application is recommended for ages 12+.

The Extra!!! Edition of the American Civil War Gazette contains back issues as well as additional articles that did not appear in the daily edition.

"The period is approaching when the great issues of the war will be decided. The turning point must soon come."
-- Sam Houston, speech in Houston, Texas, March 28, 1863; Richmond Dispatch April 13, 1863

Highlights of the April 1863 Edition:

- Chancellorsville Campaign opens
- Battle of Chancellorsville
- Stonewall Jackson mortally wounded
- Stoneman's raid
- Skirmish at Kelly's Ford

- Grant's Vicksburg Campaign continues
- Yazoo Pass Expedition abandoned
- Duckport Canal
- Battle of Grand Gulf
- Battle of Snyder's Bluff
- Grierson's Raid
- Battle of Newton's Station

- Longstreet's Tidewater Operations conclude
- Battle of Washington, N.C. / Siege of Little Washington
- Siege of Suffolk
- Battle of Suffolk/Norfleet House
- Battle of Suffolk/Hill's Point/Battle of Fort Huger

- Seven Days Battles (June/July 1862)
- Gen. McClellan's official report is published
- Report of Gen. Barnard (Engineering Department, Army of the Potomac) is published

- The second anniversary of the opening of the war at Fort Sumter

- The 1862 Peninsula Campaign
- McClellan's report on the evacuation of Harrison's Landing is published

- First Bayou Teche Campaign concludes
- Battle of Fort Bisland
- Battle of Irish Bend
- Battle of Vermillion Bayou

- Middle Tennessee Operations
- Battle of Franklin

- Charleston, South Carolina
- Reports of "The Fall of Charleston" are premature
- First Battle of Charleston Harbor

- Marmaduke's Second Expedition into Missouri begins
- Battle of Cape Girardeau

- Streight's Raid into Alabama and Georgia
- Battle of Day's Gap
- Skirmish at Crooked Creek
- Skirmish at Hog Mountain

- The report of the War Committee on the failure of the Army of the Potomac is published
- Special Reports on:
- Bull Run
- Ball's Bluff
- Missouri, Lyon, and Fremont

- Abraham Lincoln proclaims West Virginia a State, to take effect in 60 days

- Gen. Dodge's 'Mulish Lancers' a.k.a. the 'Jackass Brigade'

- Reports that Gen. Braxton Bragg (CSA) is shot and killed by Gen. John Breckinridge (CSA)

- Burnside's controversial General Order Number 38
- Made it a crime to express any opposition to the war

- Secretary of War Stanton overrules the Medical Examining Board excluding colored surgeons from service

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  • Publication date: 3/25/2013
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2013

    One of the true turning points of the war at Chancellorsville.

    One of the true turning points of the war at Chancellorsville.

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