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Overview

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.

Highlights of the December 1863 Edition:

- Christmas in the camps; the third Christmas of the war
- Review of the new household edition of "The Works of Charles Dickens"
- Review of Sheldon & Co's "The Christmas Tales of Charles Dickens"

- The Chesapeake Affair nearly ignites war between the North and Great Britain
- Confederates capture U.S. Steamer Chesapeake and re-coal in Canada
- U.S. forces (USS Dacotah and USS Malvern) violate British sovereignty

- Longstreet's Knoxville Campaign continues
- Battle of Bean's Station

- Meade's Mine Run Campaign quickly concludes
- Battle of Mine Run

- Dandridge, Tennessee Operations begin
- Battle of Mossy Creek

- Chattanooga Campaign
- Reports on the Battle of Ringgold
- Reports on the Battle of Missionary Ridge
- Richmond Dispatch begins a series of extensive reviews of Bragg's Fall operations

- Averill's Raid

- Quantrell raids into Cherokee territory

- Siege and Shelling of Charleston continues
- Sinking of the monitor Weehawken

- Battle Reports
- New-York Times publishes their chronological "Battle Record for 1863"
- Official reports on the October 1863 Battles of Corinth and Hatchie
- Grant's reports on the Chattanooga Battles
- Official report on the Battle of Pine Bluff
- Aftermath of the Battle of Chickamauga
- Capture of Fort Esperanza, Texas
- Gen. McClellan's (USA) report on the 1862 Peninsula campaign is published
- The New-York Times begins an in-depth analysis series that will last until April 1864
- Confederate Court of Inquiry on the fall of New Orleans in April, 1862

- Publication of John Moseley's letter to his mother, written after he was fatally wounded at Gettysburg

- Escape of Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and six of his officers from the Ohio Penitentiary

- Organization of a U.S. Army Ambulance Corps for care of the wounded on the battlefield

- Gen. Grant's promotion to Lieutenant-General and replacement of Halleck

- Brigadier-General Corcoran dies in New-York

- Fort Jackson Mutiny

- Abraham Lincoln's 1863 State of the Union address to the United States Congress

- Jefferson Davis' 1863 State of the Union address to the Confederate States Congress

- Lincoln issues a proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction offering a full pardon to those that take an oath of loyalty


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  • Publisher: Vinyard Studios
  • Publication date: 12/11/2013
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  • Posted December 12, 2013

    Glad to see it's finally out. I wonder what took so long. Even l

    Glad to see it's finally out. I wonder what took so long. Even late its always worth it.

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