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*[[1864]] &ndash; '''[[Civil War]]''': Fist day of the Battle of the Wilderness (May 5-6); part of Union General Ulysses S. Grant’s 1864 Overland Campaign against the Confederate army of Northern Virginia that ultimately, after many weeks, forced General '''[[Robert E. Lee]]'''’s men back to the defenses at '''[[Richmond]]'''. This vicious engagement resulted in 26,000 casualties and marked Grant's first step toward '''[[Appomattox]]'''.
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*[[1864]] &ndash; '''[[Civil War]]''': Fist day of the Battle of the Wilderness (May 5-6) which pitted Grant's army of 101,000 soldiers against Lee’s 61,000 men. Part of Union General Ulysses S. Grant’s 1864 Overland Campaign against the Confederate army of Northern Virginia that ultimately, after many weeks, forced General '''[[Robert E. Lee]]'''’s men back to the defenses at '''[[Richmond]]'''. This vicious engagement resulted in 26,000 casualties and marked Grant's first step toward '''[[Appomattox]]'''.

Latest revision as of 16:53, 18 February 2021

Copy the 3-5 most noteworthy events from the corresponding date page. Please change to past tense and bold the key article. You may also include a relevant photo, sized between 100-140px wide and aligned right.

May 5:

  • 1864Civil War: Fist day of the Battle of the Wilderness (May 5-6) which pitted Grant's army of 101,000 soldiers against Lee’s 61,000 men. Part of Union General Ulysses S. Grant’s 1864 Overland Campaign against the Confederate army of Northern Virginia that ultimately, after many weeks, forced General Robert E. Lee’s men back to the defenses at Richmond. This vicious engagement resulted in 26,000 casualties and marked Grant's first step toward Appomattox.