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Civil War battles in North Carolina

February 7, 1862
February 8, 1862
Battle of Roanoke Island

Ambrose Burnside captures Roanoke Island with an amphibious force, taking some 2,765 Confederates as prisoners
North Carolina
  Ambrose Burnside
March 14, 1862 Battle of New Bern (sometimes called Newberne)

Ambrose Burnsides [US] captures the city
North Carolina
  Ambrose Burnside
March 23, 1862 John Parke [US] demands the surrender of Fort Macon on the coast of North Carolina. When the Confederates refuse, he lays siege to the fort North Carolina
April 25, 1862 General John C. Parke [US] bombards Fort Macon, near Beaufort, following a month-long siege of the fort. Colonel Moses White had no choice but to surrender. North Carolina
December 14, 1862 Battle of Kinston North Carolina
December 17, 1862 Battle of Goldsboro Bridge North Carolina
January 13, 1865
January 15, 1865
Attack on Fort Fisher

Admiral David Porter attacks the Conderate fort on Cape Fear with the largest fleet ever assembled to that time. General Alfred Terry lands an amphibious force which captures the fort
North Carolina
  David Porter
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