The Battle of Cold Harbor begins as Union cavalry drive Confederate cavalry from the crossroads at Old Cold Harbor, but later pull back toward Old Church.
Union and Confederate cavalry clash at the Battle of Old Church, with the result being a Union victory with the Confederates driven back to the vicinity of Old Cold Harbor.
At the Battle of Dallas (in Georgia), Confederate forces under Lt. Gen. William J. Hardee are repulsed by Union forces under Maj. Gen. John Logan.
Two brigades of Confederate troops repulse an attack by Union Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard at the Battle of Pickett’s Mill.
Skirmishing continues at New Hope Church, Georgia.
At the Battle of New Hope Church, Georgia, Union forces under Major General Joseph Hooker meet Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston’s main force, suffering a large number of casualties.
Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses Grant and his troops cross the North Anna River, and meet Confedrerate forces under Gen. Robert Lee at the Battle of North Anna. The battle would eventually end in a stalemate