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November 16, 1863 Battle of Campbell's Station, Knoxville

Ambrose Burnside [US] withdraws following an attack by James Longstreet [CS].
Tennessee
  Ambrose Burnside
  James Longstreet
  Siege of Knoxville
November 16, 1864 Some historians use this date as the start of the March to the Sea. By this time Sherman had marched almost 100 miles, destroyed all or part of Rome, Cartersville and Marietta, Georgia and torn up all the Western and Atlanta track between Dalton and Atlanta. Georgia
  March to the Sea
  William Tecumseh Sherman

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