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.
Tag: John Bell Hood
Taylor Takes Over the Army of Tennessee
January 23, 1865 – Confederate President Jefferson Davis accepted the resignation of General John Bell Hood as commander of the Army of Tennessee and replaced
The Tennessee Campaign Ends
December 28, 1864 – Major General George H. Thomas decided to end his pursuit of the beaten, demoralized Confederates as they left Tennessee for the
Federals Stalled in Tennessee
December 21, 1864 – Major General George H. Thomas’s Federals struggled to pursue and destroy the rapidly disintegrating General John Bell Hood’s Army of Tennessee
The Battle of Nashville: Day Two
December 16, 1864 – Major General George H. Thomas renewed his Federal assault on the weakened and demoralized Confederate Army of Tennessee south of Nashville.
The Battle of Nashville
December 15, 1864 – After numerous delays, Major General George H. Thomas finally launched his long-awaited Federal assault on the Confederate Army of Tennessee south