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September 2, 1837 Samuel F. B. Morse demonstrates a crude version of the telegraph.
  Telegraph
September 2, 1861 Battle of the Mules [Confederate]
Battle of Dry Wood Creek [Union]
September 2, 1862 Kirby Smith enters Lexington, Kentucky Kentucky
  Confederate Invasion of Kentucky
  E. Kirby Smith
September 2, 1862 General John Pope is replaced by Ambrose Burnside, following the disaster at Second Bull Run, combining the Army of Virginia with the Army of the Potomac under George McClellan
  George McClellan
  John Pope
  Antietam
  Army of Virginia
  Army of the Potomac
  Ambrose Burnside
September 2, 1863 Ambrose Burnside occupies Knoxville Tennessee
  Ambrose Burnside
September 2, 1864 Fall of Atlanta.

The city is surrendered to Union forces by Mayor James Calhoun.
  Atlanta Campaign

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Siege of Petersburg Virginia
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