Citizens panic as Confederates start entering Pennsylvania. Robert E. Lee issues stern orders against looting civilian property, Joseph Hooker develops a secret strategy for dealing with the Confederate invasion, and the Confederate cavalry prepares to ride around the Federal army.
Robert E. Lee’s Confederate Army of Northern Virginia continues crossing the Potomac River, as Joseph Hooker is frustrated with his superiors in Washington and his Federal cavalry try uncovering Lee’s plan.
Jeb Stuart’s Confederate cavalry narrowly escapes defeat in the largest cavalry battle ever waged in North America.
Jeb Stuart stages another extravagant Confederate cavalry review while Federal horsemen close in on him.
Joseph Hooker replaces his cavalry commander, Confederates raid his depot, and Robert E. Lee looks to hurry his planned northern invasion.
October 25, 1864 – Major General Sterling Price’s Confederate Army of Missouri continued its retreat following the Battle of Westport, with Federal forces in close