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Serial No. BATTLE LOCATION TIME/DURATION UNION GENERAL CONF. GENERAL OUTCOME UNION CASUALTIES CONF. CASUALTIES
1 Battle Of Fort Sumter Charleston county, South Carolina 12 TH - 14 TH APRIL 1861 Robert Anderson P.G.T. Beaugard CONFEDERATE VICTORY 85 5,000 - 6,000
2 Battle of First Manassas PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY , VIRGINIA JULY 21 1861 ABRAHAM LINCOLN JEFFERSON DAVIS CONFEDERATE VICTORY 2708 1982
3 Battle of Fort Donelson Fort Donelson, Stewart County, Tennessee February 11-16  1862 Ulysses S. Grant
Andrew H. Foote
John B. Floyd
Gideon J. Pillow
Simon B. Buckner (POW)
Union victory 2,691 13,846
4 Battle of Pea Ridge Near Leetown, northeast of Fayetteville, Arkansas March 6–8, 1862 Samuel Curtis Earl Van Dorn
Sterling Price
Union victory 1,384 2,000
5 peninsula Campaign Virginia Peninsula, between the York and James Rivers March – July 1862 George B. McClellan Joseph E. Johnston
Gustavus Woodson Smith
Robert E. Lee
John B. Magruder
Confederate victory;
Union withdrawal from the Peninsula.
26-27,000 (estimated) 28-29,000 (estimated)
6 Battle of Shiloh Hardin County, Tennessee April 6–7, 1862 Ulysses S. Grant
Don Carlos Buel
Albert Sidney   Johnston 

 

Union victory 13,047 10,699
7 Siege of Fort Pulaski Chatham County, Georgia April 10 – 11, 1862 Samuel F. DuPont (Navy)
David Hunter (Army)
Quincy A. Gillmore (Siege)
Robert E. Lee (Army)
Josiah Tattnall (Navy)
Charles H. Olmstead (Fort)
Union victory 1 killed
several wounded
Several mortally wounded
363 captured
8 Battle of Forts Jackson and St. Philip Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana April 18 – 28, 1862 David G.Farragut Johnson K. Duncan
John K. Mitchell
John A. Stephenson
Union victory 229 782
9 First Battle of Corinth Corinth, Mississippi April 29  – May 30, 1862  Henry Halleck P. G. T. Beauregard Union victory 1,000 1,000
10 Battle of Seven Pines Henrico County, Virginia May 31 – June 1, 1862 George B. McClellan Joseph E. Johnston (W.I.A.)
G. W. Smith
Inconclusive 5,031 6,134
11 First Battle of Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tennessee June 7 – 8 1862 James S. Negley Edmund Kirby Smith Union victory 23 65
12 Battle of Malvern Hill Henrico County, Virginia July 1, 1862 George B. McClellan
Fitz John Porte
Robert E. Lee Tactical Union victory ˜3,000 ˜5,650
13

Second Battle Of Bull Run

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY , VIRGINIA AUGUST 28 - 30, 1862 JOHN POPE ROBERT E LEE CONFEDERATE VICTORY 14,462 1,096 killed;
6,202 wounded
14 Battle of Harpers Ferry Jefferson County, West Virginia, Loudoun County, Virginia,
and Washington County, Maryland
September 12 – 15, 1862 Dixon S. Miles,
Julius White
Stonewall Jackson          A. P. Hill Confederate victory 12,636 286
15 Battle of Antietam Washington County,
near Sharpsburg, Maryland
September 17, 1862 George B. McClellan Robert E. Lee Tactically inconclusive; strategic and decisive Union victory 12,410 10-13,000

(estimated)

16 Second Battle of Corinth Corinth, Mississippi October 3–4,

1862

William Rosecrans Earl Van Dorn
Sterling Price
Union victory 2,520 4,233
17 Battle of Perryville Boyle County, Kentucky October 8, 1862 Don Carlos Buell
Alexander McCook
Braxton Bragg
Leonidas Polk

 

Union strategic victory 4,241 3,396
18 Battle of Prairie Grove Washington County,   Arkansas December 7,

 1862

James G. Blunt
Francis J. Herron
Thomas C.Hindman Union victory 1,251 1,317
19 Battle of Fredericksburg Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburg, Virginia December 11–15, 1862 Ambrose E. Burnside Robert E. Lee Confederate victory 12,653 5,377
20 Battle of Fort Hill              
21

Battle Of Stones River

Murfreesboro , Rutherford County, Tennessee December 31,1862 –January 2,1863 William Rosecrans Braxton Bragg Union Victory 12,906 11,739
22 First Battle of Fort McAllister Bryan County, Georgia January 27 – March 3, 1863 Capt. Percival Drayton
Cdr. John L. Worden
Maj. John     B. Gallie
George Wayne Anderson
Confederate victory       --       --
23 First Battle of Charleston Harbor Charleston, South Carolina April 7, 1863 Samuel Francis Du Pont P.G.T. Beauregard Confederate victory 1 killed 21
wounded
1 ship sunk
5 killed
8 wounded
24 battle of chancellorville Spotsylvania County Virginia April 30  – May 6, 1863  Joseph Hooker Robert E. Lee Confederate victory 17,287 13,303
25 Battle of Gettysburg Gettysburg Adams County, Pennsylvania July 1–3, 1863 George G. Meade Robert E. Lee Decisive Union victory 23,049 23–28,000 (estimated)
26

Siege Of Vicksburg

Warren County, Mississippi May 18 – July 4, 1863 Ulysses S. Grant John C. Pemberton Decisive Union victory 4,835 32,697
27

Battle Of Chickamauga

Catoosa County and Walker County, Georgia September 19–20, 1863 William Rosecrans Braxton Bragg Confederate victory 16,170 18,454
28 Battle of Fort Pillow Lauderdale County, Tennessee April 12, 1864 Lionel F. Booth 
William F. Bradford 
Nathan Bedford Forrest
James R. Chalmers
Confederate victory 182 killed, drowned and missing 100

14 killed
86 wounded

29 Battle of the Wilderness Spotsylvania County and Orange County, Virginia May 5–7, 1864 Ulysses S. Grant
George G. Meade
Robert E. Lee Inconclusive (Union offensive continued) 17,666 11,033
30 Battle of Yellow Tavern Hanover County, Virginia May 11, 1864 Philip Sheridan J.E.B. Stuart
Fitzhugh Lee
Union victory 625 300 captured
31 Battle of Spotsylvania Spotsylvania County,  Virginia May 8–21, 1864 Ulysses S. Grant
George G. Meade
Robert E. Lee Inconclusive 18,399 12,687
32 Battle of Cold Harbor Hanover County, near Mechanicsville, Virginia May 31 – June 12, 1864 Ulysses S. Grant
George G. Meade
Robert E. Lee Confederate victory 12,738 5,287
33 Siege of Petersburg Petersburg, Virginia June 9, 1864 – March 25, 1865 (9 months, 2 weeks & 2 days) Ulysses S. Grant
George G. Meade
Benjamin F. Butler
Robert E. Lee Union victory 42,000 (estimate) 28,000 (estimate)
34

battle of Kennesaw mountain

Cobb County, Georgia June 27, 1864 William T. Sherman Joseph E. Johnston Confederate victory 3000 1000
35 Battle of Monocacy Frederick County, Maryland July 9, 1864 Lew Wallace Jubal A. Early Tactical Confederate victory, strategic Union victory (Early is delayed) 1,294 700–900
36 Battle of Fort Stevens District of Columbia JULY 11-12 1864 Alexander McD. McCook
Horatio G. Wright
Abraham Lincoln (observer)
Jubal A. Early Union victory 373 400–500
37

battle of tupelo

NEAR TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI JULY 14-15 1864 ANDREW SMITH STEPHEN LEE
bulletNATHAN FORREST

 

UNION VICTORY 69 dead and 533 wounded or missing 215 dead and 1,125 wounded or missing
38 Battle of Atlanta Fulton County, Georgia July 22, 1864 William T. Sherman
James B. McPherson
John Bell Hood
William J. Hardee
Union victory 3,641 5,500
39 Battle of Cedar Creek Frederick County, Shenandoah County and Warren County, Virginia October 19, 1864 Philip Sheridan Jubal Early Union victory 5,665 2,910
40

Decatur battlefield

DECATUR, ALABAMA MORGAN COUNTY October 26 –29, 1864 ROBERT S GRANGER JOHN B HOOD UNION VICTORY 155 450
41 Sherman's March to the Sea Georgia November 15 – December 21

1864

William T. Sherman William J. Hardee
Joseph Wheeler
Union victory     --     --
42 Battle of Franklin Franklin,
Williamson County, Tennessee
November 30, 1864 John M. Schofield John Bell Hood Union victory 2,326 6,252
43 Second Battle of Fort McAllister Bryan County, Georgia December 13, 1864 William B. Hazen George Wayne Anderson Union victory 134 71
44 Battle of Nashville Davidson County, Tennessee December 15–16, 1864 George H. Thomas John Bell Hood Union victory 3,061 ˜6,000
45 First Battle of Fort Fisher New Hanover County, North Carolina December 23–27, 1864 Benjamin Butler
David D. Porter
Robert Hoke Confederate victory 320  
46 Second Battle of Fort Fisher New Hanover County, North Carolina January 13–15, 1865 Alfred H. Terry
David D. Porter
Braxton Bragg
William H.C. Whiting  (DOW)
Robert Hoke
William Lamb
Union victory 1057 1,900
47 Battle Of Bentonville Bentonville, North Carolina March 19 - 21 1865 William T Sherman Joseph E Johnston Union Victory 1527 2606
48 Battle of Appomattox Court House Appomattox Court House, Virginia April 9, 1865 Ulysses S. Grant
George G. Meade
Robert E. Lee Decisive Union victory:

Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia 

164 ˜500 killed and wounded;
27,805 surrendered and paroled
49 Battle of Fort Blakely Baldwin County, Alabama April 2 – 9, 1865 Edward Canby St. John R. Liddell  Union victory, Fort Blakely surrendered 629 2,900
50 Bennett Place Durham, North Carolina April 26, 1865 William T Sherman Joseph E Johnston Union victory

The surrender agreement ended the war

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BATTLE OF VICKSBURG

VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI