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New York 28th Infantry, Company G (Union)

5/22/61

Organized - New York 28th Infantry, Company G - New York

5/25/62

Battle - First Winchester - Winchester, Virginia

First Winchester
First Winchester

Part of Jackson's Valley Campaign, the First Battle of Winchester took place May 24, 1862. The battle was huge victory for Jackson's troops and disrupted the Union's plans to take Richmond.READ MORE

8/9/62

Battle - Cedar Mountain - Culpeper County, Virginia

Cedar Mountain
Cedar Mountain

Maj. Gen. John Pope was placed in command of the newly-constituted Army of Virginia on June 26th. Pope's orders were to defend Washington DC and Union-held northern Virginia while the Army of the Potomac under Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan battled Robert E. Lee outside of Richmond. When McClellan was defeated at the end of the Seven Days battles less than a week later, Lee turned his attention north toward Pope while McClellan regrouped his army. Pope's three army corps were arrayed in a line from the Blu…READ MORE

4/30/63

Battle - Chancellorsville - Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Chancellorsville
Chancellorsville

On April 27, 1863, Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker launched a turning movement designed to pry Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia out of its lines at Fredericksburg.READ MORE

6/2/63

Mustered Out - New York 28th Infantry, Company G - New York

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