November 7, 1864
Skirmish near Edenburg, VA, the Shenandoah Valley Campaign.
Federal reconnaissance toward Stony Creek, the Richmond, VA, Campaign.
Note: All “Today In The Petersburg Campaign” blog entries are used with permission from Ronald A. Mosocco’s Chronological Tracking of the American Civil War per the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion. Order the book HERE.
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Mentions of This Date at The Siege of Petersburg Online:
- OR XLII P1 #1: Report of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, commanding US Army, August 9-December 11, 1864
- OR XLII P1 #6: Itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and Army of the James, August 1-December 31, 1864
- OR XLII P1 #8: Reports of Major Nathaniel Michler, Acting Chief Engineer, AotP, September 17-November 14, 1864
- OR XLII P1 #229: Reports of Bvt. Major General David McM. Gregg, commanding 2/Cav/AotP, Aug 22-26, Oct 26-28, Nov 7, and Dec 1, 4, and 7-12, 1864
- OR XLII P1 #231: Report of Asst. Surg. Elias J. Marsh, Surgeon-in-Chief, 2/Cav/AotP, July 30-Dec 12, 1864
- OR XLII P1 #362: Reports of Major General Bushrod R. Johnson, commanding Johnson/DNCSV, Aug 2-Dec 31, 1864
- NP: August 11, 1902 New Orleans Times-Picayune: Donaldsonville Cannoniers at the Siege of Petersburg, Part 9
- NP: November 17, 1864 Windham County Transcript: From the Twenty-Ninth (CT) Regiment
- OR LI P1: Report of Bvt. Major General Rufus Ingalls, Chief Quartermaster, Union Armies, July 1, 1864 – June 30, 1865
- MAP: Gregg’s Reconnaissance Toward Stony Creek: November 7, 1864
- 150 Years Ago Today: Reconnaissance toward Stony Creek: November 7, 1864
- 150 Years Ago Today at Petersburg: November 7, 1864
- LT: November 7, 1864 Charles Personius
- LT: November 7, 1864 Henry F. Young (7th Wisconsin)