Battles

Aldie, VA, 2 March, 1863
Antietam, MD, 17 Sep 62
Ashby's Gap, VA, 22 Sep 1862
Banks' Ford (Salem Heights), VA, 3-4 May 63
Bayou des Allemands, LA, 4 Sep 62
Big Bethel, VA, 10 Jun 61
Blakely, AL, 9 Apr 65
Boutte Station, LA, 4 Sep 62
Brandy Station, VA, 11 Oct 63
Broad Run, VA, 1 April 1863
Buckland Mills, VA, 19 Oct 63
1st Bull Run (Manassas), VA, 21 Jul 61
2nd Bull Run (Manassas), VA, 30 Aug 62
Burnt Chimneys (Lee's Mill), VA, 16 Apr 62
Cedar Creek, VA, 19 Oct 64
Chancelorsville, VA, 3-5 May 63
Charles Town, WV, 21 Aug 64
Cold Harbor, VA, 1-12 Jun 64
Columbia Furnace, VA, 7 Oct 1864
Craig's Meeting House, VA, 5 May 64
Crampton's Gap, VA, 14 Sep 62
Culpeper Court House, VA, 13 Sep 63
Dam No. 1 (Lee's Mill), VA, 16 Apr 62
Fisher's Hill, VA, 21-22 Sep 64
Fort Stevens, D.C., 12 Jul 64
Fredericksburg I, VA, 12-15 Dec 62
Fredericksburg II/Marye's Heights, VA, 3 May 63
Funkstown, MD, 10 Jul 63
Gettysburg, PA, 1-3 Jul 63
Gettysburg - Cavalry, PA, 25 Jun-5 Jul 63
Hanover C.H, VA, 27 May 62
Hawes's Shop, VA, 3 Jun 64
Jerusalem Plank Road, VA, 22-23 Jun 64
Kilpatrick's Raid, VA, 28 Feb-4 Mar 64
Lee's Mill (Dam No. 1), VA, 16 Apr 62
Manassas (Bull Run), VA, 21 Jul 61
Marye's Heights/Fredericksburg II, VA, 3 May 63
Monocacy, MD, 9 Jul 64
Newport Barracks, NC, 2 Feb 64
Orange Grove, VA, 27 Nov 63
Petersburg, VA, 2 Apr 65
St. Albans Raid, VT, 19 Oct 64
Salem Heights (Banks' Ford), VA, 3-4 May 63
Savage's Station, VA, 29 Jun 62
Sharpsburg (Antietam), MD, 17 Sep 62
Sheridan's Raid, VA, 9-24 May 64
Spotsylvania C.H., VA, 8-21 May 64
Stony Creek, 29 Jun 64
Tom's Brook, VA, 8-9 Oct 64
Weldon Railroad, VA, 23 Jun 64
Wilderness, VA, 5-10 May 64
Winchester, VA, 19 Sep 64

"The land is holy where they fought,
And holy where they fell;
For by their blood that land was bought,
The land they loved so well.
Then glory to that valiant band,
The honored Saviours of the land."

The Soldiers' Record of Jericho, Vermont)

Index to battles, skirmishes, incidents, and other events that Vermont units were engaged in, or present at. As they are developed, many "Battle Pages" will contain the name of the battle, date(s), Vermont Units present or engaged, a listing of casualties, readings from unit histories, letters, and other documentation, if available, and links to other web-sites related to the battle. Other pages will be narratives from George Benedict's "Vermont in the Civil War, 61-5." If you have material and would like to develop a 'battle' page, please contact the Webmaster.

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