Key places and action in the Western Theater during the Civil War?

The Western Theater during the Civil War consisted of: parts of Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana; North Carolina and all of Tennessee and Kentucky.

Links are keyed to the Battle Summaries of the National Park Service.

Arkansas

Arkansas Post | Helena |

Missouri

Belmont (1861) | New Madrid (1862) | Island No. 10 (1862)

Indiana

Corydon |

Georgia

1863
Davis’ Cross-Roads
| Chickamauga | Ringgold Gap | Allatoona |

1864
Rocky Face Ridge
| Resaca | Adairsville | New Hope Church | Dallas | Pickett’s Mills | Marietta [Operations] | Kolb’s Farm | Kennesaw Mountain | Peachtree Creek | Atlanta | Ezra Church | Utoy Creek | Dalton II | Lovejoy’s Station | Jonesborough | Allatoona |

Alabama

1864
Mobile Bay | Decatur | Fort Blakely |

1865
Selma |

Mississippi

1862
Iuka | Corinth| Hatchie’s Bridge| Chickasaw Bayou|

1863
Port Gibson | Champion Hill | Big Black River Bridge| Vicksburg |

1864
Meridian | Tupelo | Brice’s Cross Roads |

Louisiana

1863
Milliken’s Bend |

Tennessee

1862
Fort Henry | Fort Donelson | Shiloh | Corinth | Memphis| Chattanooga| Murfreesborough| Parker’s Cross Roads| Chattanooga |

1863
Stones River | Dover | Thompson’s Station | Brentwood | Franklin | Hoover’s Gap | Chattanooga | Wauhatchie | Campbell’s Station | Fort Sanders | Bean’s Station |

1864
Memphis | Johnsonville |Columbia |Spring Hill |Franklin |Murfreesborough |Nashville |

Kentucky

1862
Mill Springs | Munfordville | Perryville |

1864
Cynthiana |

North Carolina

1864
Bentonville |

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