Joseph Wheeler’s Confederate cavalry force enters the Sequatchie Valley in Tennessee to raid the supply lines of William S. Rosecrans’s Federal Army of the Cumberland.
Tensions reach a boiling point among the Confederate Army of Tennessee commanders. This leads to a command change, a call for Richmond to help, and even a death threat.
March 10, 1865 – Lieutenant General Wade Hampton’s Confederate cavalry caught Federal horsemen by surprise in a fight separate from the main Federal thrust into
February 14, 1865 – By this time, Major General William T. Sherman’s Federal armies were moving directly toward the South Carolina capital of Columbia. Sherman
February 12, 1865 – Major General William T. Sherman’s Federal armies continued storming through South Carolina, leaving destruction in their wake. By this time, Sherman’s
February 4, 1865 – Major General William T. Sherman’s two Federal armies were now entirely in South Carolina while what remained of a Confederate resistance