June 1864

“Five Days of Awful Fighting”: A Brief Summary of the Cavalry Operations at Cold HarborToday, 152 years ago, Union and Confederate cavalry clashed northeast of Richmond at a place called Haw’s Shop. It had been a little over two weeks since the fight at Meadow Bridge, the last time the cavalry had faced each other on the field of battle. Haw’s Shop ushered in a period of the Overland […]

Wade Hampton, Robert E. Lee, Battle of Hanover Courthouse, Haw’s Shop, Fitzhugh Lee, Alfred Torbert, Battle of Ashland, Cold Harbor, James Wilson, Matadequin Creek, David Gregg, Philip Sheridan

“Five Days of Awful Fighting”: A Brief Summary of the Cavalry Operations at Cold Harbor

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