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- Military Tribunal is ordered by President Johnson to tryLincoln's assassins - "Trial of the Assassins" is a lead story mostof the month- Grand Review of the Armies (Washington, D.C.)-Expedition from Brazos Santiago (Texas) - Battle of Palmito Ranch-South Carolina - Battle of Anderson - Johnston's Florida "Brigadeof the West" surrenders at Greensboro, North Carolina- Gen. Taylorsurrenders the Confederate Department of Alabama, Mississippi andEast Louisiana in Alabama- Gen. D.H. Maury surrenders theConfederate District of the Gulf at Citronelle, Alabama- Gen.Nathan Bedford Forrest surrenders at Gainesville, Alabama- Gen.Samuel Jones surrenders the Confederate Department of Florida andSouth Georgia at Tallahassee, Florida- President Andrew Johnsondeclares armed resistance "virtually ended" and immunity ended-Mobile ordnance depot explosion- Pursuit of Jefferson Davis -President Jefferson Davis and cabinet declare the C.S.A. dissolvedin Washington, Georgia - Jefferson Davis is captured- Gen. JeffThompson surrenders the Thompson Brigade at Wittsburg andJacksonport, Arkansas- Gen. W.T. Wofford surrenders the ConfederateDistrict of Northern Georgia at Kingston, Georgia- Gen. Kirby Smithsurrenders the Confederate Trans-Mississippi Department - Lastorganized Confederate force to surrender- Colorado War (ColoradoTerritory) - Engagement at Deer Creek Station (Wyoming) - Lakotaraid at Sweetwater Station - Lakota raid at St. Mary's Station -Hanging of Oglala leaders Two Face and Black Foot - Oregon Trailclosed to civilian traffic- Connecticut ratifies the ThirteenthAmendment to the Constutution abolishing slavery- The CentralPacific Railroad is open to Auburn, California

App Information 1865 May Am Civil War Gazette

  • App Name
    1865 May Am Civil War Gazette
  • Package Name
    com.rvinyard.acwgazette.y1865.m05
  • Updated
    May 1, 2015
  • File Size
    5.5M
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.2 and up
  • Version
    2.1
  • Developer
    Vinyard Studios
  • Installs
    10+
  • Price
    $0.99
  • Category
    Education
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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