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Alphabetical list of battles, 1754-1900 : war of the rebellion, Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, and all old wars, with dates; summary of events of the war of the rebellion, 1860-1865; Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, 1898-1900; troubles in China, 1900, with other valuabl online

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Virginia


Mar. 5-8, 1865.


ericksburg.
Fort Monroe, expedition from, into West


Virginia


Mar. 11-13, 1865.


moreland County.
Fort Morgan, capture of steamer Ann


Alabama


June 29, 1862.


Fort Morgan, bombardment of, by U. S.


Alabama


Aug. 22-23, 1864.


Navy.
Fort Morgan, attack on blockade runner


Alabama


Oct. 12, 1863.


under walls of.
Fort Morgan, Tecumseh, U. S. monitor
sunk near (see Mobile Bay).
Fort Morgan, siege and surrender of, by
Confederates.
Fort Morton and Fort Sedgwick *


Alabama
Alabama
Virginia


Aug. 5, 1864.
Aug. 9-23, 1864.
Oct. 27, 1864.


Fort Morton and Fort Haskell *


Virginia


Nov. 5, 1864.


Fort Moultrie, seized by State troops


South Carolina


Dec. 27, 1860.


Fort Moultrie, naval


South Carolina


Sept. 21, 1863.


Fort Moultrie, naval


South Carolina. .


Feb. 2, Nov. 5, 1864.


Fort Moultrie, naval


South Carolina


Feb. 17, 1865.


Fort Moultrie, occupied by Union forces.
Fort Myers


South Carolina
Florida


Feb. 18, 1865.
Feb. 20, 1865.


Fort Pemberton, near Greenwood


Mississippi


Mar. 11, 13, 16, Apr.


Fort Pickens, transfer of Union troops


Florida


2, 4, 1863.
Jan. 10, 1861.


from.
Fort Pickens, reeriforcement of, bvUnion


Florida


Apr. 12, 1861.


forces.
Fort Pike, seizure of


Louisiana


Jan. 14, 1861.


Fort Pike, recaptured by Union troops . .


Louisiana


Apr. 27, 1862.


Fort Pike, expedition to Pearl River


Louisiana


Sept. 9-12, 1864.


Fort Pike, expedition to Bavou Bon-


Louisiana


Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 1865.


fouca.*
Fort Pillow, expedition down the Mis


Tennessee


May 19-23,1862.


sissippi to.
Fort Pillow, naval


Tennessee


Apr. 13, 1862.


Fort Pillow . .


Tennessee


Apr. 14-June5,1862.


Fort Pillow, evacuated bv Confederate


Tennessee


June 3-5, 1 862.


troops.
Port Pillow, captured by Confederate


Tennessee


Apr. 12, 1864


troops.
Fort Powell, evacuated by Confederate
troops.
Fort Powell, naval. .


Alabama
Mississippi .


Aug. 5, 1864.
Feb. 21. Mar. 1. 1864.



54



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.



ritl // */ nf ihf htittlex ( with dates] of the war of the rebellion Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.


STATE.


DATE.


Fort Powhatan*


Virginia _ ..


May 21, 1864.


Fort Pulaski, bombardment and capture.


Georgia .


Apr. 10-11, 1862.


Fort Quitman, abandoned by Confeder


Louisiana


Apr. 27, 1862


ate troops.
Fort Randolph, attack on steamer Belle


Tennessee


Oct. 27, 1864.


of St. Louis at.
Fort Rice, expedition from


Dakota


Sept. 11-30, 1864.


Fort Rice, near *


Dakota


Apr. 26, 1865.


Fort Ridgely, with Indiana


Minnesota


Aug. 20, 22, 1862.


Fort Riley, near Nashville


Tennessee


Oct. 5, 1862.


Fort Riley, about


Kansas


Feb. 12-20, 1865.


Fort Rosedew, Vernon River, naval at


Georgia


Dec. 14-21, 1864.


tack on.
Fort St Philip capture of


Louisiana


Apr. 18-28, 1862


Fort Sanders (see Fort Loudon)


Tennessee




Fort Scott, Kans. (see Dry wood)


Missouri




Fort Scott, expedition and skirmishes. .


Kansas . .


Nov. 6-11, 1862.


Fort Scott, near . ..


Kansas


June 8, 1863.


Fort Sedgwick and Fort Morton


Virginia


Oct. 27, 1864.


Fort Smith seizure of


Arkansas


Apr. 23 1861


Fort Smith (see Massard Prairie)


Arkansas


July 27, 1864.


Fort Smith, occupied by Union forces


Arkansas


Sept. 1, 1863.


Fort Smith expedition (see Little Rock).


Arkansas




Fort Smith, opposite*


Arkansas .


Mar. 5, May 15, 18


Fort Smith, near and at . .


Arkansas . .


JulvSl. SeDt.1 * 1



Fort Stanton, abandoned

Fort Stanton, Operations about

Fort Stedman, Assault on, Front of Peters
burg.

Fort Stevens, near Washington

Fort Strong*

Fort Sumter, Bombardment of

Fort Sumter, Bombardment of



New Mexico
New Mexico
Virginia



23, Oct. 14, * Dec.

24,* 1864.
Aug. 2, 1861.
Aug. 25-Sept. 8,1861.
Mar. 25, 1865.



Fort Sumter.



Fort Sumter (see Fort Wagner)

Fort Thompson, Neuse River

Fort Thorn

Fort Tyler, West Point, Attack on

Fort Wagner, first assault on

Fort Wagner, second assault on

Forts Wagner, Sumter, and Fort or Battery
Gregg, Attack on, by seven ironclads
and seven wooden vessels, C. S. N.

Fort Wagner and Battery Gregg, evacu
ated.

Fort Walker, captured (see Port Royal) .

Fort Walla Walla, expedition to Grande
Ronde Prairie.

Fort Wingate, expedition from, against
Indians in.

Fort Wood, recaptured by Union forces. .

Fort Zarah, near (Indians) *

Fort Zarah *

Forty Hills*

Foster s Bridge *

Foster s Mills..



District Columbia . . July 11-12, 1864.

North Carolina Feb. 21, 1865.

South Carolina Apr. 12-13, 1861.

South Carolina. .



South Carolina.



South Carolina

North Carolina

New Mexico

Georgia

South Carolina

South Carolina..



Apr. 7, Aug. 17-Dec.

31, 1863.
Sept. 8-9, Nov. 19-20,

1863.

Mar. 13-14, 1862.
Sept. 26, 1861.
Apr. 16, 1865.
July 11, 1863.
July 18, 1863.
Aug. 17, 1863.



South Carolina Sept, 7, 1863.

South Carolina. . . Nov. 7, 1861.



AVashington
New Mexico



Aug. 9-22, 1862.
Nov. 23-Dec.l 0,1864.



Louisiana Apr. 27, 1862.

Kansas Nov. 20, Dec. 4, 1864.



Kansas

Mississippi

North Carolina

North Carolina



Feb. 1, Apr. 23, 1865.
May 3, 1863.
Dec. 10, 1864.
July 27, 1863.



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.



55



Alphabet-fail //*/ of tin- brittle* (with dalr*} of the vw/- nf tin rebellion Continued..

[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.



STATE.



Foster s Plantation *

Fosterville *

Fouche-le-Faix Mountains *

Fouche Springs *

Fountain Dale *

Four Locks

Four Mile *

Four Mile Creek ( see Darb y town Road )

Four Mile Creek, on Deep Bottom

Four Mile Creek . .



Virginia

Tennessee

Arkansas

Tennessee

Pennsylvania

Maryland

Missouri

Virginia

Virginia

Virginia



Fourteen Mile Creek *

Fourteen Mile Creek *

Fox Creek *

Fox s Ford *

Fox Springs *

Foy s Plantation *

Framton s Plantation, near Pocotaligo. .

Frankford *

Frankfort and Louisville Road *

Frankfort

Frankfort (see Miami Cambridge)

Frankfort, Patterson s Creek, or Kelly s
Island.

Franklin *

Franklin

Franklin, New

Franklin *

Franklin* ..



DATE.



May 18, 1864.
June 25, 27, 1863.
Nov. 11, 1863.
Nov. 23, 1864.
June 28, 1863.
Oct. 9, 1862.
Aug. 23, 1862.



Franklin *

Franklin

Franklin, near*



Franklin (Little Harpeth River)

Franklin

Franklin

Franklin

Franklin. .



Franklin *

Franklin, destruction of saltpeter works.

Franklin, destruction of saltpeter works.

Franklin, Black water, Reconnoissance to.

Franklin Creek *

Franklin s Ferry (see Jasper)

Franklin Pike, hear Holly Tree Gap

Franklin Pike, near Nashville

Franklin and Scottsville Road *

Franklin Road

Franklin s Crossing (or Deep Run), on
the Rappahannock.*

Frazier s Farm (see Charles City Cross-
Roads and White Oak Swamp ).

Frederick

Frederick, evacuated by Union troops . .

Frederick* I

Frederick*..



June 30-July 1,1864.

July 16, 2i; 26, 28,
Aug. 13-18, 1864.

Mississippi May 12, 1 3, 1863.

Indian Territory . . . Oct. 30, 1863.

Missouri .* Mar. 7, 1862.

Virginia Oct. 13, 1863.

Kentucky : June 16, 1863.

North Carolina Apr. 7, 1862.

South Carolina Oct. 22-23, 1862.

West Virginia July 4, 1 864.

Kentucky Get*. 1, 1862.

Kentucky June 10-12, 1864.

Missouri ;

West Virginia June 26, 1861 .

Kentucky j July 5, 1863.



Mississippi .

Missouri

Missouri

Virginia



Virginia .
Tennessee
Tennessee



Tennessee

Tennessee

Tennessee

Tennessee

West Virginia



Jan. 2, 1864.

Oct. 7, 13, 1862.

Oct. 1, 1864.

Aug. 31, Oct. 3, 31,
Nov. 18, Dec. 2,
1862.

Mar. 17, 1863.

Dec. 12, 26, 27, 1862.

Mar. 4, 31, Apr. 9,
1863.

Mar. 25, 1863.

Apr. 10, June 4, 1863.

Nov. 30, 1864.

Dec. 17, 1864.

May 5, 10-12, 26,*
1862.

West Virginia Aug. 19, 1864.

West Virginia Aug. 19, 1863.

West Virginia Mar. 3, 1864.

Virginia Oct. 3, 1862.

Mississippi Dec. 21-22, 1864.

Tennessee .



Tennessee
Tennessee
Kentucky
Kentucky
Virginia. .



Virginia



Fredericksburg, near Ray County



Maryland
Maryland
Maryland
Maryland
Missouri..



Dec. 4, 1862.
Dec. 14, 1862.
Sept. 9, 1862.
Oct. 1, 1862.
June 5-13, 1863.



Sept. 10, 11, 1862.
Sept. 6, 1862.
June 21, 1863.
July 7, 8, 11, 1864.
July 17, 1864.



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.

Alphabetical lid of the battles (with dates) of the war of the rebellion Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.


STATE.


DATE.


Fredericksburg near and at *


Missouri


Julv 14, Aug. 12,


FredericksbuTg . .


Virginia


1864.
Dec. 11-15 1862.


Fredericksbur " *


Virginia


Apr 17-19 Nov 9


Fredericksburg near (Bowling Green


Virginia


1862.
May 11, 1862


Road).
Fredericksburg, or Marye s Heights


Virginia


May 3-4, 1863.


Frederickstown and Ironton


Missouri.


Oct. 12-25, 1861.


Frederickstown, Expedition to


Missouri


Aug. 16, 1861.


Frederickstown * .


Missouri


Apr. 22, 1863.


Free Bridge, Yocknapatalfa River *


Mississippi


Dec. 3, 1862.


Free Bridge near Trenton *


North Carolina


July 6, 1863.


Free Bridge near*


North Carolina


Dec. 16, 1863.


Freeman s Ford


Virginia .


Aug. 21,* 22, 1862.


Freestone Point


Virginia


Sept. 25, Dec. 9, 1861.


Freemont s Orchard, near*


Colorado


Apr. 12, 1864.


Freeport, naval .


Virginia


Mar. 7, 1864.


French Broad (see Fair Gardens)


Tennessee




French s Field (see Oak Grove)


Virginia




French s Field Oak Grove King s School-


Virginia


June 25, 1862.


House, or the Orchards.
French Point scout and skirmishes


Missouri .


May 13-18, 1863.


Friar s Island *


Tennessee .


Sept. 9, 1863.


Friar s Point, near*


Mississippi


Sept. 28, 1862.


Friar s Point, near*


Mississippi


Feb. 10, 1865.


Friendship Church*


Tennessee


Sept. 29, 1863.


Frog Bayou, near and at*.


Arkansas


Feb. 12, Mar. 19,


Front Royal


Virginia


1863.
May 23, 30, 31, 1862.


Front Royal *


Virginia


Feb. 20, May 22, Sept.


Front Royal, Guard Hill, or Cedarville..


Virginia . .


21, 23, Nov. 22,
1864.
Aug. 16, 1864.


Frost, General. (See Missouri Militia. )
Frying Pan near


Virginia .


Dec. 29, 1862.


Frying Pan *


Virginia


June 4, 1863.


Frying Pan Church, near Pohick Church *


Virginia


Oct. 17, 1863.


Fulton (see Moore s Mill)


Missouri




Fulton*


Missouri


July 17, 1861.


Fulton, near * . .


Missouri


Nov. 28, 1864.


Fulton Road, near luka *


Mississippi


Sept. 20, 1862.


Funkstown *


Maryland


July 7, 10-13, 1863.


Furnace The


Virginia


May 6, 1864.


Fussel s Mills (see Deep Bottom)


Virginia




Gadsden, near Black Creek*


Alabama . . .


May 2, 1863.


Gadsden Road


Alabama


Oct. 25, 1864.


Games Cross Roads


Virginia


May 14, 15, Nov. 10,


Games Cross Roads*


Virginia


1862.
July 23,0ct. 12, 1863.


Games Landing*


Arkansas


July 20, 1862.


Games Landing*


Arkansas


June 28, 1863.


Games Landing, Expedition to (see
Vicksburg).
Games Mill


Virginia


May 19, 1862.


Games Mill (see Cold Harbor, Chicka-


Virginia




hominy).
Gainesville


Virginia


Aug. 26,* 28, 1862.


Gainesville*


Virginia


June 21, Oct. 14, 15,






19, 1863.



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES



57



Alphabetical list of the battles (wilh dates) of the war of the rebellion Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.


STATE.


DATE.


Gainesville


Florida

Virginia . .


Feb. 14,* Aug. 17,
1864.

Feb. 2, 1864.
Aug. 12, 13, Nov. 7,
8,1862.
Aug. 21, 1862.
Oct. 20, 1862.
Sept. 6, 1862.
Oct. 10, 1864.
June 2, 1862.
Oct. 23, 1862.
Dec. 24, 1862.
May 14-25, 1862.

Aug. 3, 1862.
Oct. 5, 1862.
May 2, 1865.

Jan. 11, 1863.
Jan. 1,1863.

May 15, 1862.
Aug. 10-13, 1863.
July 7-8, 1864.
May 12-13, 1864.
Aug. 9, 1863.
Apr. 24, 1863.
June 13, 1862.
July 10, 11, 1861.
June 27, 28, 1862.
Nov. 6, 1862.
Apr. 26, 1865.

Apr. 27,1862.
Dec. 12, 1863.
Dec. 10, 1863.
Nov. 1-3, 1861.

Sept. 11, 1862.
Aug. 4, 1862.
Sept. 8, 1864.
Sept. 3, 1862.
July 15, Aug. 18,
1864.
Aug. 10, 1862.

Sept. 1, 1864.
Apr. 5-25, 1865.
Apr. 9, 1863.

Nov. 23-25, 181)4.


Galena, U. S. S. (see Fort Darling)


Gales Creek *


North Carolina. . . .


Gallatin


Tennessee


Gallatin, Hartsville Road


Tennessee


Gallatin Pike, near Nashville


Tennessee


Gallatin Road .


Tennessee


Gallatin, South Tunnel


Tennessee


Galloway s Farm, near Jacksonport. . . .


Arkansas


Galloway Switch


Tennessee


Galveston occupied by Union forces
Galveston, Blockade of and operations
near.
Galveston, Bombardment of


Texas

Texas


Texas .


Galveston, capture of Union Fleet


Texas


Galveston, surrender of, to United States
Navy.
Galveston, near. Engagement between
Hatteras U. S. N. and Alabama C. S. N.
Hatteras sunk.
Galveston, attack on blockade squadron
by C. S. A. Capture of Harriet Lane
and destructionof Westfield,U. S. N.
Abandonment of Galveston.
Galveston .


Texas


Texas


Texas


Texas


Galveston, Mutiny at


Texas


Galveston Bay, Expedition, etc


Texas


Gap Mountain*


Virginia


Graden Hollow near Pineville*


Missouri


Garland ville *


Mississippi


Garlick s Landing


Virginia


Garnett Camp, near Rice Mountain


West Virginia


Garnett s, or Goldeng s Farms


Virginia


Garrettsburg*


Kentucky
Virginia


Garrett s Farm, near Port Royal, cap
ture of J. Wilkes Booth and David E.
Herold.
Garrett s Mill *


West Virginia


Gatewood s *


West Virginia


Gatlinsburg*


Tennessee


Gauley s Bridge, Cotton Hill, or Blake s
Hill.
Gauley or Miller s Ferry


West A r irginia


West Virginia


Gayoso*


Missouri


Gayoso*


Missouri


Geiger s Lake*


Kentucky


Geiger s Lake* . .


Kentucky


General Lee, Confederate steamer cap
tured in Savannah River.
Genesis Point (see Fort McAllister)
Gentilly s plantation, near *


Georgia


Georgia

Louisiana


Georgetown, Expedition from, toCamden
George Washington, U. S. S., destruc
tion of, near Beaufort.
Georgia Central Railroad Bridge, Oco-
nee River.*
Georgia Central Railroad (see Station
No. 5).


South Carolina


South Carolina
Georgia


Gt^orgia . .





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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.



Alphabetical list fth< hntlh i* (ii ith dates] of the irar of tlic n hcUioti Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, hut all skirmishes may not he starred.]



PLACE.



Georgia Landing

Georgia, Martial Law proclaimed by
General David Hunter, U. S. A.

Georgiana, Steamer, destruction of, off
Charleston.

Gerald Mountain *

Germanna *

Germanna Fords, at or near *



STATE.



Louisiana Oct. 27, 1862.

Georgia May 9, 1862.



DATE.



South Carolina Mar. 22, 1863.



Arkansas
Virginia .
Virginia .



German town*

German town

Germantown, near.

German to wn *

Germantown, near

Germantown Koad, near Memphis *

Germantown, at or near *

Gettysburg, near*

Gettysburg, near *

Gettysburg Campaign

GETTYSBURG

Ghent, near*

Gibson s Mills, on Indian Creek *

Gila, on the (Indians) *

Gilbert s Ford, Opequon Creek*

Giles Court-house, Pearsburg

Gilgal Church (see Marietta)

Gillespi s Plantation, Expedition to, from
Natchez, Miss.

Gillett s Farm, Pebbly Run*

Gill s Bluff, James River

Gilmer County *

Girard *

Gittrell s Ranch*

Glade Springs *

Gladesville*



Virginia j

Virginia |

Virginia

Virginia ;

Tennessee j

Tennessee |

Tennessee

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Kentucky

Virginia

New Mexico

Virginia

West Virginia

Georgia

Louisiana. .



Aug. 24, 1864.
Oct. 10, 1863.
Apr. 29, Oct. 10, Nov.

18, 1863.
Aug. 31, 1862.
Nov. 16, Dec. 13, 1863.
Feb. 26, Dec. 24, 1863.
Jan. 22, 1864.
Jan. 27, 1833.
Dec. 14, 1864.
Mar. 28, Apr. 18, 1865.
Oct. 11, 1862.
June 26, 1863.
June 3- Aug. 1, 1863.
July 1-3, 1863.
Aug. 29, 1864.
Feb. 22, 1864.
Nov. 1863.
Sept. 13, 1864.
May 10, 1862.

Aug. 4-6, 1864.



North Carolina Apr. 13, 1862.

Virginia June 20, 1862.

West Virginia Apr. 24, 1863.

Alabama ! Apr. 16, 1865.

Colorado Jan. 25, 1865.

Virginia Dec. 15, 1864.

Virginia | July 7, 1863.



Gladesville*


Virginia


Oct. 2, 1864.


Glasgow


Kentucky


Sept. 18, 30,* Dec


Glasgow*


Kentucky


24,* 1862.
Oct. 6, 1863.


Glasgow, near*.


Kentucky . .


Mar. 25, 1865.


Glasgow


Missouri


Oct. 15, 1864.


Glasgow near *


Missouri


Oct. 14, 26, 1864


Glasgow, near*


Missouri


Jan. 10, 1865.


Glass Village, near *


Arkansas


Sept. 8, 1864.


Glen Allen Station


Virginia


May 11, 1864.


Glendale (see Charles City Cross Roadn


Virginia .




and White Oak Swamp) .
Glendale *


Mississippi


May 8, 1862.


Glendale *


Mississippi


Sept. 7, 1863.


Glenville*


West Virginia


July 7,1861.


Glenville


West Virginia


Sept. 1,* 30, 1862.


Glenville, near* . .


West Virginia


Aug. 21, 26, 27, 1863.


Globe Tavern (see Weldon Railroad)


Virginia




Gloritta (see Apache Canon and Pigeon s






Ranch) .
Gloucester County * .


Virginia


Feb. 28, 1864.


Gloucester Court-House


Virginia


Jan. 29, 1864.


Gloucester Point


Virginia


May 9, 1861.


Gloucester Point


Virginia


Nov. 16, 1862.


Gloucester Point. .


Virginia . .


Apr. 9-14, 1863.



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.

Alphabet if i-il. Hxl of Ihc buttles (with data*) of the war of the rebellion! Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



59



PLACE.



STATE.



DATE.



Godfrey s ranch * Colorado


Jan. 14, 1865.
Apr. 6-7, 1863.
June 27-28, 1862.
Mar. 19, 1865.
Mar. 14, 1865. .
Mar. 23-25, 27, 29,
Apr. 2, 8, 9, 10,
1865.
Dec. 17, 1862.
Mar. 11, 1865.
Sept. 30, 1862.
June 30, 1863.
Mar. 24, 1864.
Aug. 28-31, 1864.

Mar. 23, 1865.
Oct. 23-24, 1862.
Nov. 28, 1864.

Nov. 21,1864.

July 17,1862.
Dec. 23, 1864.
Apr. 26, 1862.

Dec. 8-28, 1864.
Oct. 28, 1864.
Dec. 16, 1862.
Mar. 26, 1862.
June 20, 1863.

Aug. 5, 1864.

Dec. 12, 1861.
Aug. 13, 1861.
May 5, 1864.
Feb. 16, 1865.
Nov. 30, 1864.
Oct. 16, 19, 1863.
Nov. 3, 1863.
Apr. 3, 16, 29, 1864.
Aug. 14, 1862.
May 26, June 9, 1862.
Feb. 14, 24, Apr. 22,
29, 1863.
May 3, 1863.

Mar. 31, 1863.
Jan. 18,* Julv .16,
1864.

June 24, 1862.
July 30, 1863.
Between Sept. 7 and
11, 1864.

July 7, 1863.
July 6, 1862.
Aug. 17, 1863.


Going s Ford* Wfist Virginia .1


Golding s farm or Garnett s


Virginia

North Carolina >


Goldsborough, Neuse River Bridge*
Goldsborough Road to Black River*
Goldsborough, at and near *


North Carolina :
North Carolina

North Carolina.


(jroldsborouoh Sridoc


Goochland Court House *


Virginia


Goodlettville


Tennessee _ _


Goodrich s Landing i Louisiana


Goodrich s Landing near* Louisiana


Goodrich & Landing, expedition from, to
Bayou-Macon.
Goose Creek *


Louisiana


Virginia


Goose Creek Salt Works, destruction of .
Goresville *


Kentuckv


Virginia


Gordon s Landing (see Red River) i Louisiana


Gordon * Georgia


Gordon s Mills (see Lee) Georgia


Gordonsville * Virginia

Gordonsville, near* > Virginia


Gordonsville and Keezletown Cross
Roads.
Gordonsville raid to


West Virginia


Viro-inia


Gosh en * A 1 a ha m a,


Goshen Swamp


North Carolina
Missouri


Gouge s mill, near*


Government Springs* Utah


Governor Plantation (see Moore s) Louisiana .. . .


Graces, Salient, explosion of Confederate
mine.
Grady ville *


Virginia


Kentucky .


Grafton


West Virginia


Graham s plantation*


Louisiana


Graham s Point, naval


South Carolina


Grahamville, near Honey Hill


South Carolina


Grand Coteau*


Louisiana
Louisiana
Louisiana


Grand Coteau, Bavou Bourbeau


Grand Fcore*


Grande Ronde Prairies*


Washington


Grand Gulf


Mississippi


Grand Gulf, naval ....


Mississippi


Grand Gulf, capture of, by United States
Navy.
Grand Gulf


Mississippi


Mississippi
Mississippi


Grand Gulf . . ....


Grand Gulf, expedition to. (See Mem
phis and Vicksburg. )
Grand Gulf (Hamilton s plantation)
Grand Junction *


Mississippi


Tennessee


Grand Lake expedition to


Louisiana


Grand Lake (see Bayou Portage)


Louisiana


Grand Pass* .


Idaho


Grand Prairie


Arkansas


Grand Prairie*. .


Arkansas . .



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES.



Alphabetical />>/ of the battles (with dates} of (lie n:ar of the rebellion Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.


STATE.


DATE.


Grand River expedition (see Napoleon-


Louisiana




ville).
Grand River, expedition to. .


Louisiana . . .


Sept. 7-11, 1864


Grand River . . ..


Louisiana


Between Aug. 15 and


Grand River*


Missouri


21, 1864.
Nov. 30 1861


Grand River*


Missouri


Aug. 1, 1862


Grand River


Indian Territory


June 6, 1862.


Grand review, Army of the Potomac
Grand review, Sixth. Army Corps


District of Columbia
District of Columbia


May 23, 1865.
June 8, 1865.


Grandy


Missouri


Sept 24 Oct 4 1862


Granger s Mill


Tennessee


Dec. 14, 1863


Grant s Creek near Salisbury *


North Carolina


Apr. 12, 1865.


Grant s Ferrv Pearl River*


Mississippi .


July 16, 1863.


Grant s Pass (see Fort Powell)


Mississippi ....




Grass Lick *


West Virginia


Apr. 23, 1862.


Grassy Lick (see Cove Mountain) _


Virginia




Grassy Mound * . . . .


Kentucky


Oct. 6, 1862.


Gravel Hill (see Deep Bottom)


Virginia




Gravelly Ford on Hatcher s Run*


Virginia


Apr. 2, 1865.


Gravelly Run (see Lewis s farm)


Virginia




Gravelly Run *


Virginia .


Oct. 27-28, 1864.


Gravelly Run, or Hatcher s Run


Virginia


Feb. 5-7, Mar. 29-31,


Gravelly Run line of*


Virginia


1865.
Mar. 30, 1865.


Graysville near and at *


Georgia


Sept. 10, Nov. 26,


Great Bear Creek *


Alabama


1863.
Apr. 17, 1863.


Great Bethel, or Big Bethel


Virginia


June 10, 1861.


Great Bethel, or Big Bethel


Virginia


Apr. 4, 1862.


Great Cacapon Bridge


West Virginia


Jan. 4, 1862.


Great Falls


Maryland


July 7, Sept. 4, 1861.


Great Run


Virginia .


Aug. 23, 1862.


Greenbrier


West Virginia


Oct. 31, 1861.


Greenbrier Bridge *


West Virginia


Sept. 24, 1863.


Greenbrier River


West Virginia


Oct.3, Dec. 12,* 1861.


Greenbrier River _


West Virginia


Aug. 3, 1862.


Greenbrier River*


West Virginia


Dec. 12, 1863.


Greenbrier River*


West Virginia


May 20, 1864.


Greencastle, at and near *


Pennsylvania


June 22, July 1, 5,


Greenfield *
Green Hill near*


Missouri

Tennessee


1863.
Oct. 5, 1863.
Apr. 6, June 14, 1863.


Greenland Gap *


West Virginia


Apr. 25, 1863.


Greenleaf Prairie*


Indian Territory


Nov. 11,12, 1863.


Greenleaf Prairies *


Indian Territory


June 16, 1863.


Green Oak near *


Pennsylvania


July 5, 1863.


Greenpoint near *


Georgia


July 14,1864.


Green ton


Missouri


Mar. 30,* Nov. 1,


Green ton near *


Missouri


1864.
Between Mar. 19 and


Greenton Valley near Hopewell


Missouri


23, 1865.
Oct. 21 , 1863.


Greensburg expedition to (see Baton


Louisiana ....




Rouge).
Greensburg * .


Louisiana


May 1, 1863.


Greensburg operations near


Kentucky


Jan. 28-Feb. 2, 1862.


Green s Chapel *


Kentucky ...


Dec. 25, 1862.


Green s Dr farm near Lawrenceville *


Arkansas


Nov. 19, 1863.


Green s sruerillas. operations aarainst in ..


Missouri..


Sept. 8-9, 1861.



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BATTLES. 61

Alphabetical list of the battles (with dates) of the war of the rebellion Continued.
[All places and dates starred are skirmishes, but all skirmishes may not be starred.]



PLACE.


STATE.


DATE.


Green River Bridge, or Tebb s Bend


Kentuckv


July 4, 1863.


Green Spring Furnace, near


Maryland


Oct 10 1862


Green Spring Run*


West Virginia


Mar 7 1863


Green Spring Run affair


West Virginia


Aug 2 *Nov 1 1864


Greenville, near and at*


Kentucky


Sept 11 Dec 3 ? 1863


Greenville*


Mississippi


Aug 23 1862


Greenville*


Mississippi


May 12 18 1863


Greenville (see Island No. 82)



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