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The End of the Civil War and Slavery
them completely by surprise. In August 1864 Union General Grant dispatched Sheridan to clear the Shenandoah once and for all, partly to rid the Federals of a continual menace and partly to deny the South the valley's rich agricultural produce. Charles Sumner of Massachusetts, still scarred from the murderous caning given a Good Government him by Senator Brooks, was chairman of Foreign Relations, and his colleague, Henry Wilson, presided over Military Affairs.
WWI Trench Warfare
Joseph,., and Sacramento, Calif. On September 21, 1864, Hood moved his forces to Palmetto where, on September 27, he was visited by President Jefferson Davis. January 18, 1862 - Deatho of John Tyler. The Battle of Opequon marked a turning point in the Shenandoah Valley in favor of the North. The Union will soon have 21 states and a population of over 20 million. By nightfall, the Confederates had finally positioned their corps where they could attack and severely damage Schofield's force, but they erred by allowing the Union army to maintain possession of the road and keep a route open for withdrawal. A number of battles were fought in the vicinity between 18, including the bloody Battle of Chancellorsville in May 1863. He drove down the Valley without opposition, bypassed Harpers Ferry, crossed the Potomac River, and advanced into Maryland.