American Civil War Gazette - Extra - 1864 01 - January

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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 January 1864 Edition:

- Dandridge, Tennessee Operations conclude
- Skirmish near Strawberry Plains
- Skirmish near Tazewell {Raid on Tenisville}
- Battle of Dandridge
- Battle of Fair Garden
- Battle of Cumberland Gap

- Operations in North Alabama
- Battle of Athens

- Sherman's Meridian and Yazoo River Expeditions (Mississippi)
- Battle of West Point, Mississippi

- New Mexico Territory {Confederate Arizona Territory}
- Battle of Pecos River
- Battle of Canyon de Chelly

- North Carolina
- Emancipation jubilee in Norfolk, Va., and vicinity, on the anniversary of the issuing of the President's Proclamation of Freedom
- Palmer's expedition into Jones and Onslow Counties

- Virginia
- Departure of a cavalry reconnoissance to Front Royal, Va.
- Battle of Jonesville {The Frozen Fight}
- Return to the Army of the Potomac of the cavalry reconnoissance sent on the 1st to Front Royal, Va.
- Union garrison at Petersburgh, West Virginia, surrounded by the Confederates
- Battalion of Maryland cavalry attacked by Mosby, in Loudon County, Va.
- Union expedition from Point Lookout raids through Westmoreland, Northumberland and Richmond Counties, Va.
- Skirmish at Three Mile Station, Va.
- Union expedition returns to Point Lookout
- Union expedition up the James River to Smithfield
- Skirmish at Smithfield
- Richmond
- An unsuccessful attempt was made to burn Jeff. Davis' house
- Extensive fire at Camp Winder hospitals

- West Virginia
- Skirmish at Newtown, West Virginia
- Confederate forces capture a supply train near Petersburg, West Virginia
- Union garrison of Petersburg, West Virginia, evacuates in the night

- Florida
- C.S. Steamer Mayflower captured in Sarasota Pass

- Delaware
- Senator Bayard announceds his intention to resign his office

- Georgia
- Palmer's reconnoissance to Tunnel Hill

- Louisiana
- Confederate government of Louisiana is organized with its capital at Shreveport

- Washington, D.C.
- Senator Henderson of Missouri introduces the 13th Constitutional Amendment to abolish slavery and involuntary servitude
- Resolution in the Senate to expel Senator Garrett Davis, Kentucky, is withdrawn

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