In December 1863, Abraham Lincoln pays a visit to one of the Union’s more notorious prisoner of war camps.
Confederates under Robert E. Lee meet Union troops George McClellan on America’s bloodiest day.
As Robert E. Lee moved his army into Maryland, Union General George McClellan recieved an astounding piece of intelligence–a lost copy of Special Orders No. 191, which outlined Lee’s plans for his army’s future movements.
Robert E. Lee’s troops cross into Maryland while in Kentucky Confederates under Braxton Bragg and Kirby Smith invade Kentucky.