1864 Shenandoah Campaign

The Valley campaigns of 1864 were American Civil War operations and battles that took place in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia from May to October 1864. While some military historians divide this period into three separate campaigns, they interacted in several ways, so this article considers all three together.

The Day Lincoln Was Almost Shot: The Fort Stevens Story
The Confederacy's Last Northern Offensive: Jubal Early, the Army of the Valley and the Raid on Washington
The Battle of New Market
The Guns of Cedar Creek
Call Out the Cadets: The Battle of New Market, May 15, 1864
The Shenandoah in Flames: The Valley Campaign of 1864
Season of Fire: The Confederate Strike on Washington
The Battle of New Market: Self-Guided Tour
The Battle of Cedar Creek: Self-Guided Tour
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Battle of Cedar Creek:...
Theodore Mahr
The Burning: Sheridan's Devastation of the Shenandoah Valley
Desperate Engagement: How a Little-Known Civil War Battle Saved Washington, D.C., and Changed American History
Decision at Tom's Brook: George Custer, Tom Rosser, and the Joy of the Fight
Shenandoah 1864: Sheridan’s valley campaign
The Last Battle of Winchester: Phil Sheridan, Jubal Early, and the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, August 7 - September 19, 1864