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  • Brandywine--Pennsylvania
    taken along Brandywine Creek at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford Chester County Pennsylvania The Brandywine River Museum is the home to one of the largest collections of the

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Brandywine/BrandywineGallery.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Ft. Donelson, TN
    the Union campaign to control the Mississippi River Valley and split the Confederacy On February 16 1862 Confederate General Simon Buckner asked General Ulysses S Grant for terms of surrender Grant replied No terms except an unconditional and immediate surrender

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/CivilWar/FtDon.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Ft. Morgan, AL
    Bay and Ft Gaines on the eastern end of Dauphin Island were Confederate strongholds which guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay On August 5th 1864 the Union fleet led by Admiral David Farragut sailed between them in the greatest naval

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/CivilWar/FtMorgan.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Harpers Ferry, WV
    raid on the armory and arsenal on October 16 1859 Brown s purpose was to capture guns and ammunition to arm the slaves and win their freedom The uprising was quelled in 36 hours and Brown was hanged on December

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  • Pea Ridge, AR
    March 7 8 1862 the relatively unknown Battle of Pea Ridge Arkansas was fought to determine whether Missouri would belong to the Union or the Confederates The battle is sometimes

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/CivilWar/PeaRidge.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Port Hudson, LA
    of Port Hudson on the Mississippi River in Louisana surrendered on July 9 1863 following a 48 day siege and the fall of Vicksburg 150 miles to the north These

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  • Shiloh, TN
    on April 6 7 1862 in southwestern Tennessee at Pittsburg Landing on the banks of the Tennessee River General Ulysses S Grant later said In numbers engaged no such contest ever took place on this continent in importance of results

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  • Vicksburg,MS
    the late summer of 1862 only Vicksburg and Port Hudson Louisiana remained under Confederate control Abraham Lincoln called Vicksburg the key to the war The Confederate Army of Vicksburg finally surrendered on July 4 1862 after 47 days under intensive

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