Civil War Chronology

1877 - December, 28
George Wythe McCook, of Ohio's Fighting McCooks, Dies - Continue »
1869 - December, 24
Secretary of War, Edwin McMasters Stanton Dies - Continue »
1865 - April, 20
President Lincoln's Casket Lies in State at the U.S. Capitol - Continue »
1865 - April, 19
Abraham Lincoln's Funeral - Continue »
1865 - April, 18
Abraham Lincoln Lies in State - Continue »
1865 - April, 15
President Lincoln Dies - Continue »
1865 - April, 14
Lincoln Assassination - Continue »
1865 - April, 12
Army of Northern Virginia Surrenders - Continue »
1865 - April, 9
Robert E. Lee Surrenders - Continue »
1864 - December, 22
Union General William T. Sherman presents the city of Savannah, Georgia, to President Lincoln - Continue »
1864 - September, 4
Confederate General John Hunt Morgan is Killed - Continue »
1864 - September, 2
Atlanta Campaign Ends - Continue »
1864 - September, 1
John Bell Hood Evacuates Atlanta - Continue »
1864 - May, 7
Atlanta Campaign Begins - Continue »
1864 - May, 1
Clement Vallandigham Delivers Anti-War Speech at Mount Vernon, Ohio - Continue »
1864 - April, 18
Battle of Poison Spring - Continue »
1864 - February, 15
U.S. Supreme Court Issues a Decision Against Clement Vallandigham in the Case of "ex parte Vallandigham" - Continue »
1863 - November, 27
John Hunt Morgan escapes from Ohio Penitentiary. - Continue »
1863 - July, 26
Morgan's Surrender - Continue »
1863 - July, 26
Battle of Salineville - Continue »
1863 - July, 19
Battle of Buffington Island - Continue »
1863 - July, 18
Morgan's Raiders blocked at Buffington Island. - Continue »
1863 - July, 18
Morgan's Raiders are denied access to the Ohio River at Pomeroy, Ohio. - Continue »
1863 - July, 14
Morgan's Raiders scatter across southwestern Ohio. - Continue »
1863 - July, 13
Morgan's Raiders enter Ohio. - Continue »
1863 - July, 12
Ohio Governor David Tod calls out the Ohio militia. - Continue »
1863 - July, 8
Morgan's Raiders enter Indiana. - Continue »
1863 - July, 3
Battle of Gettysburg, Third Day - Continue »
1863 - July, 1
Battle of Gettysburg, First Day - Continue »
1863 - June, 29
President Lincoln Issues "Birchard Letter" - Continue »

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