American Civil War Gazette - Extra - 1864 05 - May

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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.

Highlights of the May 1864 Edition:

- Radical Democracy Convention meets in Ohio and nominates Fremont for president
- Nomination of John C. Fremont and John Cochrane for President and Vice-President, by the Cleveland Convention

- Wilderness Campaign {Overland Campaign} begins (Virginia)
- Battle of the Wilderness
- Battle of Spotsylvania Court House
- Battle of Yellow Tavern
- General J.E.B. Stuart (CSA) is mortally wounded
- Battle of Meadow Bridge
- Battle of North Anna
- Battle of Telegraph Road Bridge
- Battle of Jericho Mills
- Battle of Ox Ford
- Battle of Quarles Mill
- Battle of Hanover Junction
- Battle of Wilson's Wharf
- Battle of Haw's Shop
- Battle of Totopotomoy Creek
- Battle of Old Church
- Battle of Cold Harbor
- Swinton's detailed account from the battlefield is published

- Sherman's Atlanta Campaign (Georgia) begins
- Gen. Sherman reports that Gen. Thomas has occupied Tunnel Hill, Ga., and that the Confederates had taken position at Buzzards' Roost Pass, north of Dalton, Ga.
- Battle of Rocky Face Ridge
- General engagement at Mill Creek Gap, Ga.
- Battle of Resaca
- Battle of Adairsville
- Battle of New Hope Church
- Battle of Pickett's Mill
- Battle of Dallas, Georgia

- Red River Campaign (Louisiana, Arkansas) concludes
- Gen. Kautz forced the Blackwater, burnt the railroad bridge at Stony Creek, cutting Beauregard's forces in two
- Battle of Mansura (Louisiana)
- Battle of Yellow Bayou (Louisiana)

- Secretary of War Stanton's telegrams to Maj-Gen. Dix are published in the New York Times
- Details the Battle of the Wilderness, Sherman's Atlanta Campaign and the Red River Campaign

- Camden Expedition concludes (Arkansas)
- Gen. Steele's army (USA) forty miles from Little Rock, Arkansas. His cavalry reach the city.

- Operations Against New Bern and Plymouth (North Carolina) continue
- Naval engagement between the Confederate ram Albermarle and Union fleet near the mouth of the Roanoke River
- Battle of Albemarle Sound

- Bermuda Hundred Campaign (outside Richmond, Virginia)
- Transport fleet at Hampton Roads begins embarking troops
- Gen. Butler's army passes Fortress Monroe in transports on their way up the James River
- Gen. Butler's forces effected a successful landing without resistance

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  • Publisher: Vinyard Studios
  • Publication date: 4/29/2014
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  • Version name: 2.1
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  • File size: 6 MB
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