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1862General Robert E. Lee assumes command after Joe Johnston is injured at Seven Pines

1862Valley Campaign: Stonewall Jackson takes Fort Royal, Virginia

1862Ft Donelson captured by General Ulysses S. Grant (1,400 confederates surrender)

1862Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) creates Alice in Wonderland for Alice Liddell on a family boat trip on the river Isis (Thames) in Oxford

1862Abraham Lincoln receives the 1st group of African Americans to confer with a US president

1862General Lee invades North with 50,000 Confederate troops

1862Lincoln issues General War Order #1, calling for a Union offensive, General George McClellan ignores order

1862Ulysses S. Grant begins military campaign in Mississippi

1862Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson occupies Bath

1862Bismarck's "Blood & Iron" speech

1862Battle of Chichasaw Bayou: confederate armies defeat General William T. Sherman

1862Robert E. Lee takes command of Confederate armies of North Virgin during US Civil War

1862Yorktown, VA - Mcclellan halted his troop before town as it is full of armed torpedoes left by CS Brigadier General Gabrial Rains

1862General Lee's adjutant major Stuart captured

1862The first pasteurization test completed by Louis Pasteur and Claude Bernard.

1862Romney Campaign; Stonewall Jackson march towards Romney, WV

1862Capture of New Orleans LA by the Union under Flag Officer Farragut

1862Otto Von Bismarck becomes chancellor of the German Empire

1862Union General Ben "Beast" Butler is proclaimed a "felon, outlaw & common enemy of mankind" by Jefferson Davis

1862David Farragut is 1st Rear Admiral in US Navy

1862Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson moves north from Winchester

1862Robert E. Lee splits his army & sends Jackson to capture Harpers Ferry

1862JEB Stuart completes his "second ride around Mcclellan"

1862General Ulysses S. Grant captures Fort Henry in Tennessee

1862US General Ulysses S. Grant issues orders to bar Jews from serving under him

1862Stonewall Jackson occupies Frederick, Maryland

186212] Gen Stonewall Jackson evacuates Winchester Virginia Army of the Potomac. Gen Henry Halleck is named general-in-chief

1862General Ulysses S. Grant issues order #11, expelling Jews from Tennessee

1862Brig-gen Nathan Bedford Forrest occupies Trenton, Kentucky

1862Paper currency (greenbacks) introduced in US by Pres Abraham Lincoln

1862 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
1st US income tax (3% of incomes > $600, 5% of incomes > $10,000) 
Jan 1
Battle of Ft McRee, FL Battle of Port Royal, SC (Port Royal Ferry) 
Jan 3
Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson moves north from Winchester 
Jan 4
Romney Campaign-Stonewall Jackson occupies Bath 
Jan 7
Battle of Manassas Junction, VA 
Jan 7
Romney Campaign; Stonewall Jackson march towards Romney, WV 
Jan 9
The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe arrives at Victoria Docks, London, England aboard the Elizabeth Watts 
Jan 10
Battle of Big Sandy River, KY (Middle Creek) 
Jan 10
Battle of Romney, WV 
Jan 17
-Jan 22nd) BBT Ft Henry, TN by USS Lexington 
Jan 18
Confederate Territory of Arizona forms 
Jan 19
Battle of Mill Springs, KY (Fishing Creek, Logan's Crossroads) 
Jan 22
Confederate government raises premium for volunteers from $10 to $20 
Jan 23
Agoston Haraszthy, 1st vintner in Sonoma Valley, California imports 10,000 grape vine cuttings 
Jan 24
Romanian principality arises under King Alexander Cuza 
Jan 24
Bucharest proclaimed capital of Romania. 
Jan 26
Lincoln issues General War Order #1, calling for a Union offensive, General George McClellan ignores order 
Jan 30
USS Monitor, the US Navy's 1st ironclad warship launched 
Jan 31
Astronomer Alvan Graham Clark makes first observation of Sirius B (first known white dwarf star) in Cambridgeport, Massachusetts while testing his new telescope 
Feb 1
Julia Howe publishes "Battle Hymn of Republic" 
Feb 6
General Ulysses S. Grant captures Fort Henry in Tennessee 
Feb 6
American Civil Was; naval engagement on Tennessee River-USS Conestago vs CSS Appleton Belle 
Feb 6
Ulysses S. Grant begins military campaign in Mississippi 
Feb 7
Federal fleet attack on Roanoke Island NC 
Feb 8
Battle of Roanoke Island NC, Federals gain control of Pamlico Sound 
Feb 8
Opera "Lily of Killarney," premieres in London 
Feb 10
Dutch 2nd government of Thorbecke forms 
Feb 13
-Feb 16th) Siege of Ft Donelson TN 
Feb 14
Galena, 1st US iron-clad warship for service at sea, launched, Connecticut 
Feb 15
Grant's major assault on Ft Donelson, Tennessee 
Feb 16
Ft Donelson captured by General Ulysses S. Grant (1,400 confederates surrender) 
Feb 21
Confederate Constitution & presidency are declared permanent 
Feb 21
Texas Rangers win Confederate victory at Battle of Val Verde, NM 
Feb 25
Congress forms US Bureau of Engraving & Printing 
Feb 25
Paper currency (greenbacks) introduced in US by Pres Abraham Lincoln 
Feb 26
Battle of Woodburn, KY 
Feb 28
Opera "La Reine de Saba," premieres in Paris 
Mar 3
Union forces under General Pope lay siege to New Madrid, Missouri (US Civil War) 
Mar 5
Union troops under brig-gen Wright occupy Fernandina Florida 
Mar 6
Battle of Pea Ridge, AR (Elkhorn Tavern) 
Mar 7
Battle of Elkhorn Tavern, Day 2, Gens McCulloch & McIntosh killed 
Mar 8
Battle of Elkhorn Tavern ends with Confederate withdrawal 
Mar 8
Confederate ironclad "Merrimack" launched 
Mar 8
Naval Engagement at Hampton Roads, VA CSS Virginia, Jamestown & Yorktown vs USS Cumberland, Congress & Monitor 
Mar 9
USS Monitor and CSS Merrimack battle in Hampton Roads 
Mar 10
Great Britain & France recognise independence of Zanzibar 
Mar 10
US issues 1st paper money ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 & $1000) 
Mar 11
Lincoln removes George McClellen as general-in-chief 
Mar 11
12] Gen Stonewall Jackson evacuates Winchester Virginia Army of the Potomac. Gen Henry Halleck is named general-in-chief 
Mar 14
Battle of New Bern NC: General Burnside conquers New Bern 
Mar 15
Gen John Hunt Morgan begins 4 days of raids near Gallatin, TN 
Mar 16
Battle at Pound Gap Kentucky: Confederates separate battles 
Mar 22
San Marino & Italy conclude treaty of friendship & cooperation 
Mar 23
Battle of Kernstown VA-Jackson begins his Valley Campaign 
Mar 26
Battle of La Glorieta Pass, NM Terr (Apache Canyon, Pigeon's Ranch) 
Mar 28
Skirmish at Bealeton Station, Virginia 
Mar 31
Civil War action at Island #10 on Mississippi River 
Apr 1
Shenandoah Valley campaign, Jackson's Battle of Woodstock, VA 
Apr 4
Battle of Yorktown (US Civil War) begins 
Apr 4
US begins Peninsular Campaign aimed at capturing Richmond during US Civil War 
Apr 5
Siege of Yorktown VA 
Apr 6
Battle of Shiloh, Union defeats Confederacy in SW Tennessee 
Apr 7
Grant defeats Confederates at Battle of Shiloh, Tenn, Island #10 falls 
Apr 8
John D Lynde patents aerosol dispenser 
Apr 11
Rebels surrender Ft Pulaski, Georgia-Rebels surrender 
Apr 12
James Andrews steals Confederate train (General) at Kennesaw, GA 
Apr 12
Union troops occupy Fort Pulaski Georgia 
Apr 14
Battle of Ft Pillow TN 
Apr 16
Slavery abolished in District of Columbia 
Apr 16
American Confederate Congress approves conscription act for all white males (18-35 years) 
Apr 18
Battle of Ft Jackson, Ft St Philip & New Orlean's, LA 
Apr 20
The first pasteurization test completed by Louis Pasteur and Claude Bernard. 
Apr 21
Congress establishes US Mint in Denver, Co 
Apr 21
Ellen Price Wood's "East Lynne" premieres in Boston 
Apr 25
Capture of New Orleans LA by the Union under Flag Officer Farragut 
Apr 29
100,000 federal troops prepare to march into Corinth, Miss 
Apr 29
New Orleans fell to Union forces during US Civil War 
Apr 30
Swift Run Gap, WV skirmishes 
May 1
Major General Benjamin Butler's Union forces occupy New Orleans in US Civil War 
May 4
-5] Battle at Williamsburg, Virginia 
May 4
Yorktown, VA - Mcclellan halted his troop before town as it is full of armed torpedoes left by CS Brigadier General Gabrial Rains 
May 5
French army intervenes in Puebla, Mexico: Cinco de Mayo 
May 5
Peninsular Campaign-Battle of Williamsburg, VA 
May 7
Battle of West Point, VA (Eltham's Landing, Barnhamsville) 
May 7
Much of Enschede, Netherlands, destroyed by fire 
May 8
Valley Campaign: Federals repulsed at Battle of McDowell Va 
May 9
Battle of Farmington, MS 
May 9
Battle of Ft Pickens, FL (Pensacola), evacuated by CS 
May 9
US Naval Academy relocated from Annapolis MD to Newport, RI 
May 10
Battle of Plum Run Bend, TN (Plum Point Bend) 
May 11
Confederates scuttle CSS Virginia off Norfolk, VA 
May 12
Federal troops occupies Baton Rouge Louisiana 
May 14
Adolphe Nicole of Switzerland patents chronograph 
May 15
-May 17] Battle of Princeton WV 
May 15
Battle of Drewry's Bluff (Ft Darling), Virginia 
May 15
Confederate ship Alabama launched as the Enrica at Birkenhead, England, where she had been built in secret 
May 15
US Department of Agriculture created 
May 15
Major Gen Benjamin F Butler issues order (New Orleans) that confederate women abusing union soldiers be treated as whores 
May 15
Union Grounds, Brooklyn, 1st baseball enclosure, opens 
May 16
Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir builds 1st automobile 
May 17
Battle of Princeton WV, ends, about 128 casualities 
May 19
US Homestead Act becomes law - provides cheap land for settlement of American West 
May 20
Homestead Act provides cheap land for settlement of West 
May 23
Valley Campaign: Stonewall Jackson takes Fort Royal, Virginia 
May 24
Beardslee field telegraph used for 1st time 
May 24
Westminster Bridge across Thames opens 
May 25
Battle of Winchester VA 
May 27
Battle of Hanover Court House, VA (Slash Church, Peake's Station) 
May 30
Battle of Booneville MS - captured Gen Beauregard evacuates Corinth 
May 31
Battle of Seven Pines VA (Fair Oaks) 
Jun 1
2nd/last day of battle at Fair Oaks/7 Pines Va (11,165 casualties) 
Jun 1
General Robert E. Lee assumes command after Joe Johnston is injured at Seven Pines 
Jun 1
Slavery abolished in all US possessions 
Jun 2
Robert E. Lee takes command of Confederate armies of North Virgin during US Civil War 
Jun 2
Raid at Early's: Maryland towards Washington DC 
Jun 4
Confederates evacuate Fort Pillow, Tennessee 
Jun 6
Battle of Memphis-city is surrendered 
Jun 6
Battle of Port Royal, SC (Port Royal Ferry) 
Jun 6
Skirmish at Harrisonburg, PA 
Jun 7
Skirmish at Union Church, VA (Peninsular) 
Jun 7
Gen B Butler orders William Mumford hanged after he removed & destroyed US flag on display over New Orleans Mint 
Jun 7
The United States and Britain agree to suppress the slave trade. 
Jun 8
Valley Campaign-Battle of Cross Keys, Virginia 
Jun 9
Battle of Port Republic, last of 5 battles in Jacksons Valley camp 
Jun 15
Gen Jeb Stuart completes his "ride around McClellan" 
Jun 19
Slavery outlawed in US territories 
Jun 20
Barbu Catargiu, the Prime Minister of Romania, is assassinated. 
Jun 25
Battle of Oak Grove, VA (Orchard, Henrico, French's Field) (Kings's Schoolhouse) Day 1 of 7 Days 
Jun 26
Battle of Beaver Dam Creek-Union repulses Confederacy in Virginia 
Jun 26
Day 2 of 7 Days-Battle of Mechanicsville VA (Meadow Bridge) 
Jun 26
US Army of Virginia established under Gen John Pope 
Jun 27
-28] Battle at Garnett's/Golding's Farms, Virginia 
Jun 27
Battle of Gaines' Mill, VA (Cold Harbor, Chickahominy Bluffs) Day 3 
Jun 28
Day 4 of 7 Days-Battle of Savage's Station/Garnett's Farm, VA 
Jun 29
Day 5 of 7 Days-Battle of Savage's Station, Va 
Jun 30
Battle at Nelson's Farm/Glendale/Frayser's Farm, Virginia: Confederate assault attack. 6th day of 7 days battles US Civil War 
Jun 30
Gustave Flaubert completes "Salammbo" 
Jul 1
Battle at Booneville Mississippi: Confederate superior power driven out 
Jul 1
Congress outlaws polygamy for the 1st time 
Jul 1
US Civil War: Day 7 of 7 Days-Battle of Malvern Hill (Poindexter's Farm) Union forces repel Confederate attack 
Jul 1
Emperor Alexander II grants Jews right to publish books 
Jul 1
Battle of Holly Spring, MS 
Jul 1
US Internal Revenue Law imposes 1st federal taxes on inheritance, tobacco & on incomes over $600 (progressive rate) 
Jul 1
The Russian State Library is founded. 
Jul 2
Lincoln signs act granting land for state agricultural colleges 
Jul 4
Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) creates Alice in Wonderland for Alice Liddell on a family boat trip on the river Isis (Thames) in Oxford 
Jul 4
Battle of Port Royal, SC (Port Royal Ferry) 
Jul 4
R Morgan's: Tomkinsville, KY to Somerset, KY [->JUL 28] 
Jul 6
Skirmish at Devall's Bluff, Arkansas (106 casualties) 
Jul 7
Land Grant Act endows state colleges with federal land 
Jul 8
Odore R Timby patents revolving gun turret 
Jul 9
Gen John Hunt Morgan captures Tompkinsville, Ky 
Jul 10
US begins construction of Central Pacific Railroad 
Jul 11
Lincoln appoints General Halleck general-in-chief 
Jul 12
Congress authorizes Medal of Honor 
Jul 12
Federal troops occupy Helena Arkansas 
Jul 13
Battle of Murfreesboro, TN (Forrest's Raid) US895 CS150 
Jul 15
CSS Arkansas vs USS Cardondelet & Queen of the West engage at Yazoo R 
Jul 16
David Farragut is 1st Rear Admiral in US Navy 
Jul 17
Naval Engagement at Pascagoula River MS: USS Potomac Expedition 
Jul 17
US army authorized to accept blacks as laborers 
Jul 17
United army officially divides corps 
Jul 17
R John Hunt Morgan:Cynthiana, KY CS24 US17 Skirmish at Columbia, TN 
Jul 18
Battle of Newburgh, IN - captured by Union forces 
Jul 19
Forrest's 1st raid 
Jul 20
Guerrilla campaign in GA (Porter's & Poindexter's) [->SEP 20] US580 CS2866 
Jul 27
Hurricane hits Canton; about 40,000 die 
Jul 27
Steamer "Golden Gate" burns & sinks off west coast of Mexico 
Jul 28
Confederate forces defeated at More's Hill, Mo 
Aug 4
US government collects its 1st income tax 
Aug 5
Battle of Baton Rouge, LA 
Aug 6
Confederate ironclad "Arkansas" is badly damaged in Union attack 
Aug 9
Battle of Cedar Mountain VA during US Civil War (Slaughter Mountain, Southwest Mountain) 
Aug 9
Berlioz' opera "Beatrice et Benedict" premieres in Baden-Baden 
Aug 10
Battle of Nueces River TX 
Aug 12
Gen John Hunt Morgan & his raiders capture Gallatin, TX 
Aug 14
Abraham Lincoln receives the 1st group of African Americans to confer with a US president 
Aug 17
Confederate troops under Kirby Smith enter Kentucky 
Aug 18
General Lee's adjutant major Stuart captured 
Aug 18
Sioux Indians begin uprising in Minnesota (it is later crushed) 
Aug 21
The Vienna Stadtpark opens its gates. 
Aug 22
Battle of Catlett's Station, VA 
Aug 22
Santee Sioux indian attack Fort Ridgely 
Aug 23
Skirmish at Big Hill, Kentucky (2 Federal regiments) 
Aug 25
US Secretary of War authorizes Gen Rufus Saxton to arm 5,000 slaves 
Aug 27
Battle of Cub Run, VA 
Aug 28
Battle of Thoroughfare Gap, VA 
Aug 28
Battle of Groveton, VA (Manassas Plains) [->AUG 19] US7000 CS7000 
Aug 28
Belle Boyd released from Old Capital Prison in Washington, DC 
Aug 29
2nd Battle of Bull Run Va (Manassas) during US Civil War 
Aug 29
Battle of Aspromonte; Italian royal forces defeat rebels 
Aug 29
US Bureau of Engraving & Printing begins operation 
Aug 30
Last day of 2nd Battle of Bull Run Va - Confederates beat Union forces 
Aug 30
Battle of 2nd Manassas-Pope defeated by Lee-Battle of Richmond, KY 
Aug 30
Battle of Altamont-Confederates beat Union forces in Tennessee 
Sep 1
Battle at Chantilly (Ox Hill) Virginia (2100 casualties) 
Sep 1
Federal tax levied on tobacco 
Sep 4
General Lee invades North with 50,000 Confederate troops 
Sep 4
North Beach & Mission Railway Company organized in San Francisco 
Sep 4
Maryland Campaign (Antietam Campaign) 
Sep 5
Lee crosses Potomac & enters Maryland 
Sep 6
Stonewall Jackson occupies Frederick, Maryland 
Sep 9
Robert E. Lee splits his army & sends Jackson to capture Harpers Ferry 
Sep 12
Battle of Harpers Ferry VA 
Sep 14
Battle at Crampton's Gap: Union troops chases away Confederates 
Sep 14
Battle at South Mountain: Union troops chases away Confederates 
Sep 14
Battle of Munfordsville KY 
Sep 14
Federal troops escape from beleaguered Harpers Ferry West Virginia 
Sep 14
Skirmish at Fox's Gap, American Civil War 
Sep 15
Confederates conquer Union-weapon arsenal at Harpers Ferry WV 
Sep 16
Gen Bragg's army surrounds 4,000 federals at Munfordville, KY 
Sep 17
Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in Civil War (Sharpsburg Md), 23,110 die 
Sep 17
Battle of Cumberland Gap, TN-evacuted by Federals 
Sep 17
Battle of Mumfordville, KY-US Col J Wilder surrenders city 
Sep 17
American Civil War: The Allegheny Arsenal explosion results in the single largest civilian disaster during the war; 78 workers killed. 
Sep 18
Confederate armies officially divide into corps 
Sep 18
General Read army pulls out of Antietam Creek Virginia 
Sep 19
-20] Battle at Blackford's Ford Virginia 
Sep 19
Battle at Iuka Mississippi (1,700 casualties) 
Sep 22
President Lincoln, says he will free slaves in all states on Jan 1 
Sep 23
Lincoln's Emancipation is published in Northern Newspapers 
Sep 24
Confederate Congress adopts confederacy seal 
Sep 25
Skirmish at Davis' Bridge, Tennessee 
Sep 30
First Battle of Newtonia (American Civil War), Newton County, Missouri 
Oct 3
-10] Battle of Corinth, Mississippi 
Oct 3
Skirmish at Bardstown, Kentucky 
Oct 4
Battle of Corinth ends 
Oct 5
Battle of Big Hatchie River, MS 
Oct 5
Federal fleet occupies Galveston, Texas 
Oct 8
Battle of Perryville, KY- Confederate invasion halted 
Oct 8
Otto Von Bismarck becomes chancellor of the German Empire 
Oct 12
JEB Stuart completes his "second ride around Mcclellan
Oct 12
Maj Gen Earl Van Dorn assumes command of Conf troops in Missisippi 
Oct 12
Skirmish at Monocacy, Maryland 
Oct 13
Bismarck's "Blood & Iron" speech 
Oct 14
Baseballer James Creighton ruptures bladder hitting HR, dies 10/18 
Oct 14
Excelsiors defeat Unions of Morrisania 13-9 
Oct 17
Battle of Leetown & Thoroughfare Gap, VA 
Oct 18
Morgan's raiders capture federal garrison at Lexington, KY 
Oct 20
Amnesty proclaimed for escaped slaves of Suriname 
Oct 22
Battle at Old Fort Wayne, Indian Territory 
Oct 22
Confederate troops reconquer Cumperland Gap, Tennessee 
Nov 3
Battle until the 5th November between gunboats at Bayou Teche, a waterway in Louisiana 
Nov 4
Dr Richard Gatling patents Gatling machine gun (Indianapolis) 
Nov 5
Ambrose Burnside replaces McClellen as head of Army of Potomac 
Nov 5
Battle at Barbee's Crossroads, Virginia: 51 casualties 
Nov 6
NY-SF direct telegraphic link forms 
Nov 9
US General Ulysses S. Grant issues orders to bar Jews from serving under him 
Nov 11
Opera "La Forza Del Destino" is produced (St Petersburg Russia) 
Nov 13
Battle of Holly Spring, MS 
Nov 17
Confederate Sec of War George B Randolph resigns 
Nov 20
Confederate armies of Mississippi and Kentucky merge as Army of Tennessee, under General Braxton Bragg 
Nov 24
M Levy publishes Gustave Flaubert's "Salammbo" 
Nov 28
Battle at Cane Hill, Arkansas (475 casualties) 
Nov 28
Battle of Hooly Spring, MS 
Dec 5
Battle of Coffeeville, MS 
Dec 6
Pres Lincoln orders hanging of 39 Santee Sioux indians 
Dec 7
Battle of Hartsville, TN 
Dec 7
Battle of Prairie Grove, AR 
Dec 12
Battle of Dumfries, VA 
Dec 12
Naval Engagement at Yazoo River, MS (USS CAIRO torpedoed) 
Dec 13
Battle of Fredericksburg, VA (Marye's Heights) 
Dec 16
Kingdom of Nepal accepts its constitution 
Dec 17
General Ulysses S. Grant issues order #11, expelling Jews from Tennessee 
Dec 18
Battle at Lexington, Tennessee (Forrest's Second Raid) 
Dec 19
Skirmish at Jackson/Salem Church, Tenn (80 casualties) 
Dec 20
-Dec 20th] Battle of Kelly's Ford, VA 
Dec 20
-Jan 3rd] Vicksburg campaign 
Dec 20
Battle of Holly Spring, MS 
Dec 20
Brig-gen Nathan Bedford Forrest occupies Trenton, Kentucky 
Dec 22
-Jan 2nd) Raid on Morgan's: Bardstown to Elizabethtown, KY 
Dec 23
Union General Ben "Beast" Butler is proclaimed a "felon, outlaw & common enemy of mankind" by Jefferson Davis 
Dec 25
40,000 watch Union army men play baseball at Hilton Head, SC 
Dec 26
-Dec 28th) Battle of Dumfries, VA 
Dec 26
1st US navy hospital ship enters service 
Dec 26
38 Santee Sioux Indians hanged in Mankato Minnesota, due to their uprising 
Dec 27
Battle of Chickasaw Bluffs, MS (Chickasaw Bayou) 
Dec 27
Battle of Elizabethtown, KY 
Dec 29
Battle of Chichasaw Bayou: confederate armies defeat General William T. Sherman 
Dec 29
Bowling ball invented 
Dec 31
-Jan 20th) Battle of Stone's River/Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennesse in American Civil War 
Dec 31
President Lincoln signs act admitting West Virginia to the Union 
Dec 31
Skirmish at Parker Cross Roads, Tennessee 
Dec 31
Union ironclad ship "Monitor" sank off Cape Hatteras, NC 
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