Shenandoah Valley Campaign 1864 Battle Map


The Shenandoah Valley Campaign took place from spring to fall 1864. The Shenandoah Valley was of strategic importance to the South due to its transportation network, agricultural production, and natural resources needed to make war.

This map shows the movements of the two armies from 29 July to 8 August. In the northeastern corner is Chambersburg, PA, where the Confederates burned the town after the townspeople could not raise the demanded $100,000 in gold $500,000 in Union currency to save it. In the bottom left is The Battle of Moorefield on 7 August, the final battle during the period covered by this map.

Created/Published: 1864

Dimensions (Width x Height): 14x11

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