JH02 Fishing Creek - January 19, 1862

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Fishing Creek

January 19, 1862

Historical Overview
The Battle of Mill Springs, also known as the Battle of Fishing Creek in Confederate terminology, and the Battle of Logan's Cross Roads in Union terminology, was fought in Wayne and Pulaski counties, near current Nancy, Kentucky, on January 19, 1862, as part of the American Civil War. The Union victory concluded an early Confederate offensive campaign in eastern Kentucky.
The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.


Set-Up Order

Woods 9
Hills 15
Fences 2 4
Field 3


Union Army
George H. Thomas
Take 5 Command Cards

Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
5 1 3 2

Confederate Army
George B. Crittenden
Take 4 Command Cards
You move first

Infantry  Cavalry  Artillery  General
8 2 2 2

6 Flags

Special Rules
The 3 Confederate units (With white shirts and brown slouch hats) had their muskets rendered inoperative by heavy rain. Their range and dice are 3, 2, and 1.


Tags: Banners: 6, Unofficial, Army: Union, Army: Confederate

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Bayernkini replied the topic: #99 7 years 6 months ago
Right, it seems Alessandro mixed the different historical "Fishing Creek" scenarios, we will fix it asap :)
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seanapdaniel replied the topic: #96 7 years 6 months ago
I believe this poster is attempting to do Fishing Creek also called Mills Spring Ky. Located near Nancy Ky. It was the battle that Gen. Zollicoffer was killed when he mistakenly addressed Federal troops thinking they were his own in the fog during the early hours. As for the flintlock muskets, the confederates had, it may be better to roll with only cross sabres as hits against any troop type. Note. The description of this battle is completely wrong, and of the wrong time period.