Black Slave Owners
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McClellan's Progression Toward Richmond

 

April 2, 1862

McClellan Arrives at Hampton Road

Fort Monroe Fort Wool

 

Old Point Comfort and Fort Monroe:

General McClellan's Staging Area

Fort Monroe

 

 

 

April 4, 1862

McClellan's Left Wing, under Keyes and Heintzelman,

Arrives at Young's Mill

 

 

April 6, 1862

McClellan's Left Wing Advances to Lee's Mills, at the Mouth of the Warwick River

 

 

The Confederate Line from Warwick River to Yorktown

 

McClellan's Right Wing Brings Up Parrott Guns to Wormley Creek

 

 

From Fort Monroe to Richmond

 Fort Monroe to Richmond

 

At The Same Time McClellan Is Laying Siege to Yorktown,

Sidney Johnston Is Battling Grant At Shiloh

 

I

The Origin And Object Of The War

 

II
The War In The West
The Hornets Nest
Union Control Of The Mississippi River
Papers of Ulysses s Grant

 

III

The War in the East
General McClellan Progression


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Joe Ryan is a Los Angeles trial lawyer who has traveled the route of the Army of Northern Virginia, from Richmond to Gettysburg, several times.
 

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