A.P. Hill timeline

  • Battle of Shepherdstown

    The Battle of Shepherdstown, also known as the Battle of Boteler's Ford, took place September 19–20, 1862, in Jefferson County, Virginia (now West... Read more

  • Battle of Bristoe Station - Confederates Destroy Railroad

    Description: On October 14, 1863, A.P. Hill’s corps stumbled upon two corps of the retreating Union army at Bristoe Station and attacked without... Read more

  • Battle of Jerusalem Plank Road

    Description: Marching from Cold Harbor, Meade’s Army of the Potomac crossed the James River on transports and a 2,200-foot long pontoon bridge at... Read more

  • Battle of Globe Tavern

    Description: While Hancock’s command demonstrated north of the James River at Deep Bottom, the Union V Corps and elements of the IX and II Corps... Read more

  • Second Battle of Ream's Station

    Description: On August 24, Union II Corps moved south along the Weldon Railroad, tearing up track, preceded by Gregg’s cavalry division. On August... Read more

  • Battle of Peebles' Farm

    Description:In combination with Maj. Gen. Benjamin Butler’s offensive north of the James River, Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant extended his left flank... Read more