Peninsular Campaign

Peninsular Campaign

Information about Peninsular Campaign, an eastern theater Civil War Battle of the American Civil War

Peninsular Campaign Facts
Location: Harper’s Ferry to Richmond, Virginia
Dates: April 4–July 1, 1862
Generals: Union: Major General George B. McClellan | Confederate: Robert E. Lee
Soldiers Engaged: Union Army: 100,000 | Confederate Army:
Important Events:
Yorktown and Williamsburg
Hanover Court House
Battle Of Seven Pines

Peninsular Campaign Summary:
The Peninsular Campaign (aka Peninsula Campaign) was an ongoing Union operation launched in east of Richmond, Virginia in an attempt to capture the Confederate capitol.


Peninsular Campaign Articles From History Net Magazines

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