Fighting resumes on the Virginia Peninsula, after the Federals had strengthened their defenses and the Confederates had a new army commander.
Confederates attack the Federals on the south side of the Chickahominy River on Virginia’s Peninsula, but poor coordination prevents them from accomplishing their main goal of destroying the enemy.
The Confederates continue falling back on the Virginia Peninsula, as a detachment tries to bide time by challenging a Federal troop landing at the mouth of the York River.
Jefferson Davis meets with army commanders to discuss military strategy at Centreville in northern Virginia.
February 1, 1865 – Major General William T. Sherman’s Federal armies continued moving into South Carolina, disregarding the elements and sporadic Confederate resistance along the
January 10, 1865 – Major General William T. Sherman prepared for what promised to be another devastating Federal march through the southern heartland. After capturing