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  1. Apr 25, 2022 · Video: '[1862] The Battle of New Orleans' (Friday, April 25, 1862, 2:00 p.m. local time, during the Capture of New Orleans, part of the American Civil War) — A Union fleet commanded by Flag Officer David G. Farragut captured the city of New Orleans today, which had been left defenseless after Confederate Gen. Mansfield Lovell and his 4,000 ...

  2. May 05, 2022 · 16–28 April 1862. On 16 April 1862, a U.S. Navy fleet under the command of Flag Officer David G. Farragut began its bombardment of the Confederate fortifications at the mouth of the Mississippi River. After a week waiting for surrender, Farragut led 17 of his ships between Forts Jackson and St. Philip in the early morning on 24 April.

  3. Apr 25, 2022 · Video: '[1862] The Battle of New Orleans' (Friday, April 25, 1862, 2:00 p.m. local time, during the Capture of New Orleans, part of the American Civil War) — A Union fleet commanded by Flag Officer David G. Farragut captured the city of New Orleans today, which had been left defenseless after Confederate Gen. Mansfield Lovell and his 4,000 troops withdrew.

  4. May 07, 2022 · The McClelland was renamed the CSS Pickens and, armed with cannon, participated in the naval battle around New Orleans in 1862. It was burned to prevent capture following the battle.

  5. May 01, 2022 · 1862 Union captain David Farragut conquers New Orleans 1863 Confederate congress passed resolution to kill black soldiers 1863 Confederate "National Flag" replaces "Stars & Bars" 1863 Battle of Port Gibson, Mississippi 1863 Battle of Chancellorsville, VA (29,000 injured or died) 1864 -8] Battle at Alexandria, Louisiana (Red River Campaign)

  6. Apr 29, 2022 · 1862 100,000 federal troops prepare to march into Corinth, Miss 1862 New Orleans fell to Union forces during Civil War 1863 Battle of Chancellordville, VA (Fredericksburg, Wilderness Tavern) 1864 -30] Skirmish at Jenkins' Ferry, Arkansas

  7. Apr 25, 2022 · The occupation of New Orleans by Federal forces in 1862 was not a turning point; control of New Orleans was one step on a ladder, those steps being Ship Island, mastery of the Lower Forts, Flag of the United States flying over New Orleans, mastery of Baton Rouge, mastery of Natchez, mastery of Vicksburg, then complete the join of Farragut’s ...

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