Braxton Bragg’s Confederate army captures a Federal garrison in Kentucky after a unique gesture of chivalry.
Braxton Bragg’s Confederate army enters Kentucky as thousands of men volunteers to stop the Confederates from crossing the Ohio River and invading the North.
Sterling Price’s Confederates move against Iuka in northern Mississippi to threaten the flank of William S. Rosecrans’s army based at Corinth.
The Confederate incursion into Kentucky continues, with Edmund Kirby Smith’s forces taking Lexington and the state capital of Frankfort.
One Confederate army leaves Chattanooga and begins moving north toward Kentucky, while another is already in Kentucky and preparing for battle.
Edmund Kirby Smith begins the Confederate incursion into Kentucky as the political turmoil in that state continues.