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Go North Young Man

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Union had failed ‘Mud March’ after it Fredericksburg
Richard Kirkland gave water to Union, became known as ‘Angel of’ this place Fredericksburg
Union was delayed building pontoon bridges across Rappahannock Fredericksburg
Longstreet held Marye’s Heights for Confederates Fredericksburg
Lee beats Burnside on December 13 1862 Fredericksburg
McFadden’s Ford, Hell’s Half Acre Stones River
Rosencrans(Union) beats Bragg(Confeds) Stones River
Howard’s German XI Corps routed Chancellorsville
Sedgwick was left by Hooker to defend Fredericksburg, hemmed in by Jubal Early Chancellorsville
Saw death of Stonewall Jackson Chancellorsville
Lee defeats Hooker though outnumbered 2 to 1 Chancellorsville
Followed battle at Brandy Station Gettysburg
Heth began it by attacking Buford(Union) at McPherson’s Ridge Gettysburg
Peach Orchard, Devil’s Den, Little Round Top Gettysburg
Longstreet ordered Pickett’s Charge on 3rd day Gettysburg
Meade replaces Hooker, defeats Lee Gettysburg
Followed battles at Champion Hill and Port Gibson Vicksburg
Battle of Milliken’s Bend was near it Vicksburg
Pemberton surrendered it on July 4 Vicksburg
Grant sieges it for 47 days, fell a few days before Port Hudson Vicksburg
Snodgrass Hill Chickamauga
Union retreated to Lafayette Road Chickamauga
George Henry Thomas was ‘Rock of’ this place Chickamauga
Bragg (Confederate) beats Rosencrans (Union) Chickamauga
George Thomas formed Cracker Line Chattanooga
Saw ‘Battle Above the Clouds’ Chattanooga
Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Orchard Knob Chattanooga
Grant beats Bragg Chattanooga
Saunders Field, Brock Road Wilderness
Longstreet launched last-minute charge against Hancock and was wounded by friendly fire Wilderness
Grant beats Lee, 1st in Overland (or namesake) Campaign Wilderness
Directly after Battle of Wilderness Spotsylvania Court House
‘Bloody Angle’ Spotsylvania Court House
Battle of the Fort Stedman was near it Petersburg
Sat on junction of five railroads that led to Richmond Petersburg
Included Battle of the Crater Petersburg
City in Virginia that was besieged Petersburg
Created by: The A-Man