The Memphis Argus announces, “Yesterday Tennessee was admitted into The Confederacy. By proclamation of the President the Confederate laws are extended.” Tennessee takes control of the Nashville end of the L&N Railroad, to the great dismay of Kentuckians, who are now concerned about losing the entire railroad and all its rolling stock to the Confederacy.

Railroads,” Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture.


General Braxton Bragg moves the Army of Tennessee by rail from Tupelo, Mississippi, to Chattanooga.


Skirmish at Boiling Fork near Winchester.


Skirmish near LaGrange.