The feud that had begun in October between Jefferson Davis and one of his top generals continues into this month.
Confederates reorganize the army forces in northern Virginia while Jefferson Davis takes issue with P.G.T. Beauregard.
Jefferson Davis meets with army commanders to discuss military strategy at Centreville in northern Virginia.
Jefferson Davis nominates five officers to become full generals in the Confederate Army.
Jefferson Davis responds to allegations that he hindered the Confederate army’s ability to march on Washington after Bull Run.
News of the previous day’s Confederate victory at Bull Run prompts celebrations in the South and depression in the North.