Retreat From Shiloh and Fort Pulaski Captured

Fort Pulaski

In early April 1862, as Confederate forces retreated towards Corinth, Mississippi in the aftermath of their defeat at Shiloh; a Union artillery bombardment led to the surrender of Fort Pulaski, Georgia; and Union soldiers in civilian clothing stole a Confederate railroad engine in what became known as the Great Locomotive Chase.

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