- Atlanta Campaign
- The Atlanta Campaign was an 1864 Union offensive fought in northern Georgia. The campaign began on May 7, 1864 when three Federal armies under the command of Major General William T. Sherman invaded Georgia from the vicinity of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The campaign ended when Confederate General John Bell Hood ordered the Army of Tennessee to evacuate Atlanta on September 1, 1864, enabling Sherman to occupy the city on the next day. Explore this map »
- Morgan's Raid in Ohio
- Occurring in the summer of 1863, Morgan's Raid was the only significant Confederate invasion of Ohio to take place during the American Civil War. Explore this map »
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