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Civil War 1864 Time Period Events

Browse all Events in the Civil War 1864 Time Period.

Early’s Valley Campaign

July – August 1864 Also known as Early's Raid, Early's Valley Campaign was one of three campaigns that comprise the Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of … Read more

Franklin-Nashville Campaign

September 18–December 27, 1864 The Franklin-Nashville Campaign, also known as Hood's Campaign and Hood's Tennessee Campaign, was a Confederate offensive conducted in northern Georgia, … Read more

Lynchburg Campaign

May–June 1864 The Lynchburg Campaign was the first of three campaigns that comprise the Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1864. On March 12, 1864, President … Read more

Meridian Campaign

February 3 – March 4, 1864 Union General William T. Sherman's Meridian Campaign served as a modest rehearsal for his later "March to the … Read more

old Battle of Reams Station

August 25, 1864 Fought on August 25, 1864, during the Petersburg Campaign, the Battle of Ream's Station II was a Confederate victory that followed … Read more

Overland Campaign

May 4-June 24, 1864 The Overland Campaign, also known as the Wilderness Campaign, was a Union offensive launched in May 1864, intended to defeat … Read more

Petersburg Campaign

June 1864 – March 1865 Beginning in June 1864, Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant's Petersburg Campaign was a nine month-long Union offensive that consisted … Read more

Red River Campaign

March 10 – May 22, 1864 The Red River Campaign was an ill-fated Union attempt to capture Shreveport, Louisiana and drive all Rebel forces … Read more

Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1864

May–October 1864 The Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1864 consisted of three smaller campaigns: the Lynchburg Campaign (May-June), Early's Raid (July-August) and Sheridan's Valley Campaign … Read more

Sheridan’s Valley Campaign

August–October 1864 Sheridan's Valley Campaign was the last of three campaigns that comprise the Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1864. On March 12, 1864, President … Read more