The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley


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Campaigns -Battles -Industry and Transportation -Cemeteries -Important Places in the Valley -Special Subjects

Battles and Campaigns

Battles and Battlefields
Battles of 1861
Battles of 1862
Battles of 1863
Sheridans Valley Campaign
Battles of 1865

Campaigns

Valley Campaigns
The First Valley Campaign April 1861
Lee’s West Virginia Campaign
McClellan's 1861 Mountain Campaign
The Maryland Campaign

Battles and Skirmishes

Battle of 1861

Falling Water, Jackson's First Defense of the Valley
Battle of Laurel Hill
The Battle of Rich Mountain
Kesslers Crossroads
The Battle of Cheat Mountain
The Tragic Fate of Guyandotte
Camp Alleghany
Camp Alleghency
Camp Creek
Lewisburg
Bloomery Gap
Bloomfield
Blue Gap
Bolivar Heights
Romeny and Hampshire County
Fort Mill Ridge Near Romney

Battle of 1862

Battles and Skrimishes from Stonewll Jackson's Valley Campaign

The First Battle of Kernstown
The Battle of McDowell
The Battle of Front Royal

The First Battle of Winchester
May Cavalry Battle at Honeyville
The Battle of Cross Keys
The Battle of Port Republic

Battles and Skirmishes of the 1862 Maryland Campaign

South Mountain
Antietam
Antietam NPS Site
The Battle of South Mountain and Crampton's Gap
Harpers Ferry
Shepardstown
Stonewall Leaves the Valley

Battle of 1863

Battles and Skirmishes of the Gettysburg

The Movement to Gettysburg
Stephonson's Depot
The Jones Imboden Raid into West Virginia

The Battles of 1864

The Lynchburg Campaign

Battle of New Market
The Battle of the Piedmont

The Raid on Washington

Monocacy
Fort Stevens, the Gateway to Washington
The Battle of Cool Spring
The Battle of Rutherford's Farm
The Second Battle of Kernstown
Raid on Chambersburg
Battle of Moorefield

The 1864 Valley Campaign

Berryville
The Third Battle of Winchester
Battle of Fishers Hill
The Battle of Toms Brook
The Burning of the Shenandoah Valley
Fighting Around the Stickley Farm
The Battle of Cedar Creek

The End Nears

The Salt Campaign, Battle of Marion


Battles in the Shenandoah Valley (1865)

The Battle of Waynesboro







War in the Shadows- Partisans and Raiders


Colonel John Mosby "The Gray Ghost"
Various Reports of Colonel John Mosby
Mosby and the Attempts to Catch Him
Blazer's Scouts
The Jessie Scouts

Alphebetical Order

Beverly, West Virginia
Buffalo Gap
Bull Town
Bunker Hill
Links to the Burning

 

People in the Valley

People and Places in the Shenandoah
My Page about General Officers in the Shenandoah Valley

The Confederates

Confederate units in the Shenandoah
Confederate Letters and Diaries
Bell Boyd
Confederate Congressman Boteler
General John Breckinridge
General Jubal Early
General Richard Ewell
General John B. Gordon
General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson
Stonewall Jackson's Staff
Jackson's Surgeon, Doctor Hunter McGuire
Colonel John Mosby,"The Gray Ghost"
General Tom Rosser
Captain Stump and Lt. John Blue
General Richard Taylor
General Terry
General Issac Trimble

The Union

Federal Cavalry and Artillery Units
Federal Infantry Units in the Shenandoah Valley
Diaries of Federal Soldiers in the Valley
General Nathan Banks
Blazer's Scouts
Colonel Sprigg Carroll
General John Geary
General Gregg
The Jessie Scouts
William McKinley
General Schenck
General Philip Sheridan





Important Places Around the Valley

People and Places in the Shenandoah
The Civil War in Shenandoah County
List of Battles in Shenandoah County
Aldie
Antietam Acqueduct
Ashby Gap to Chester Gap

The Civil War in Edinburg









Cemeteries

Confederate Soldiers Buried in Massanutten Cemetery
Our Soldiers Confederate Cemetery in Mt. Jackson


Industry and Transportation in the Valley

The Iron Industry in the Shenandoah Valley
The Importance of the Mining Industy
Whissen Mill
Railroads in the Shenandoah Valley

Selected Special Subjects

The Confederate Secret Service
Civil War Rings












 
 
 

 
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