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Civil War battles in Georgia

April 10, 1862
April 11, 1862
Battle of Fort Pulaski

Quincy Gillmore uses rifled cannon to effectively end the use of palisaded forts world-wide
Georgia
  Fort Pulaski
  Quincy A. Gillmore
July 1, 1862 Naval assault on Fort McAllister Georgia
  Fort McAllister
July 29, 1862 Naval assault on Ft. McAllister Georgia
  Fort McAllister
November 19, 1862 Naval assault on Ft. McAllister Georgia
  Fort McAllister
January 27, 1863 Naval assault on Ft. McAllister Georgia
  Fort McAllister
February 1, 1863 Naval assault on Ft. McAllister Georgia
  Fort McAllister
February 28, 1863 At Ft. McAllister, federal gunships including the ironclad U. S. S. Montauk moved up the Ogeechee River to destroy the Rattlesnake, a Confederate privateer also known as the Nashville before it was decommissioned Georgia
  Fort McAllister
March 3, 1863 Naval assaults on Ft. McAllister resumes, lasting eight hours on this day. The damage to the fort's sand walls is quickly repaired. Georgia
  Fort McAllister
September 10, 1863
September 11, 1863
Battle of Davis Crossroads Georgia
  Braxton Bragg
  Chickamauga Campaign
September 19, 1863
September 20, 1863
Battle of Chickamauga

General Braxton Bragg [CS] tries to split General William Rosecrans [US] forces as they try to return to the safety of Chattanooga. A second day breakthrough at the Brotherton Cabin forces the federals into a retreat, halted only by the Rock of Chickamauga, General George Thomas on Snodgrass Hill

The bloodiest two days in American history cost the Federals 1,657 dead, 9,756 wounded, and 4,757 missing for a total of 16,170 casualties out of 58,000 troops. The Confederate losses were 2,312 dead, 14,674 wounded and 1,468 for a total of 18,545 out of 66,000 troops.
Georgia
  Gordon Granger
  Bloodiest Civil War battles
  William S. Rosecrans
  Braxton Bragg
  George Thomas
  John Bell Hood
  Army of the Cumberland
  Philip Sheridan
  Nathan Bedford Forrest
  Lafayette McLaws
  Battle of Chickamauga
  James Garfield
  Leonidas Polk
  Daniel Harvey Hill
  James Longstreet
  Chickamauga Campaign
November 24, 1863 Battle of Lookout Mountain
Battle Above the Clouds

Joseph Hooker [US] engages forces under Carter Stevenson [CS] on the slopes of Lookout Mountain
Tennessee
Georgia
  Ulysses S. Grant
  Battles for Chattanooga
  Joseph Hooker
  Braxton Bragg
November 26, 1863 Battle of Ringgold Gap

Patrick Cleburne's [CS] rear guard action against Joseph Hooker [US] following the defeat at Missionary Ridge gives Braxton Bragg time to establish a line in Dalton, GA
Georgia
  Battles for Chattanooga
  Patrick Cleburne
  Joseph Hooker
  Braxton Bragg
February 22, 1864
February 26, 1864
Battle of Dalton (First Dalton)

General George Thomas [US] demonstrates against Joe Johnston's [CS] entrenched line
Georgia
  Joseph E. Johnston
  George Thomas
May 17, 1864 Battle of Adairsville Georgia
  Atlanta Campaign
May 18, 1864 Skirmish at Woodlands (Barnsley Gardens and Resort) Georgia
  Atlanta Campaign
May 25, 1864 Battle of New Hope Church

"Fighting Joe" Hooker runs into John Bell Hood's entrenched line in Paulding County
Georgia
  Joseph Hooker
  Atlanta Campaign
  Joseph E. Johnston
  John Bell Hood
May 27, 1864 Battle of Picketts Mill Georgia
  George Thomas
  Joseph E. Johnston
  William Tecumseh Sherman
  Atlanta Campaign
  Oliver O. Howard
May 28, 1864 Battle of Dallas Georgia
  Atlanta Campaign
June 1, 1864 Skirmish at Allatoona Pass Georgia
  Western and Atlantic Railroad
July 20, 1864 Battle of Peachtree Creek

John Bell Hood [CS] attacks George Thomas after he crosses Peachtree Creek.
Georgia
  John Bell Hood
  George Thomas
  Atlanta Campaign
August 14, 1864 Second battle of Dalton Georgia
October 5, 1864 Battle of Allatoona Pass

Confederates under Samuel French attack entrenched Federals under John Corse protecting the Western and Atlantic Railroad. Union: 2000 engaged, 142 (k), 352 (w), 212 (m), 706 (c). Confederate: 2000 engaged, 122 (k), 443 (w), 234 (m), 799 (c)
Georgia
  Battle of Allatoona Pass
  John Bell Hood
  Western and Atlantic Railroad
November 22, 1864 Battle of Griswoldville Georgia
  March to the Sea
November 28, 1864 Battle of Buckhead Creek Georgia
  March to the Sea
December 13, 1864 Union army captures Ft. McAllister Georgia
  William Tecumseh Sherman
  March to the Sea
  Fort McAllister
  Fort McAllister
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