OPERATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, WEST
VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, AND
DEPARTMENT OF THE EAST.
June 3—August 3, 1863.
The Gettysburg Campaign.*
SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.t
June 3-Aug. 1, 1863.—The Gettysburg Campaign.
4, 1863.—Skirmish on the Lawyers' road, near Fairfax Court-House, Va.
Skirmish at Frying Pan, Va.
4- 5, 1863.—Expedition from Yorktown to Walkerton and Aylett's, Va.
5- 7, 1863.—Reconnaissance through Gates County, N. C., and down the
6, 1863.—Skirmish near Berryville, Va.
7- 8, 1863.—Expedition from Gainesville, Va.
8, 1863.—Scout from Suffolk, Va., to South Mills, N. C.
9, 1863.—The Departments of the Monongahela and the Susquehanna con-
10, 1863.—Capture of the steamer Maple Leaf off Cape Henry, Va.
10, 1863.—Skirmish at Seneca Mills, Md.
Maj. Gen. W. T. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, assumes command of
the Department of the Monongahela.
Maj. Gen. Darius N. Couch, U. S. Army, assumes command of
the Department of the Susquehanna.
* Part I embraces the reports from the Army of the Potomac and Department of
Washington relating to the Gettysburg Campaign. Part II embraces the reports
relating to that campaign from the Middle Department, Departments of the Sus-
quehanna and West Virginia, and Army of Northern Virginia, together with all
reports relating to the other events noted in the Summary.
.1.0f some of the minor conflicts noted, no circumstantial reports are on file.
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