OTHER NAME: Barhamsville, West Point
CAMPAIGN: Peninsula Campaign
DATE(S): March-July 1862
PRINCIPAL COMMANDERS: Brigadier General William Franklin [US] Major General Gustavus Smith [CS]
FORCES ENGAGED: 0 total (US 0; CS 0;)
ESTIMATED CASUALTIES: 234 total (US 186; CS 48;)
Franklin's Union division landed at Eltham's Landing and was attacked by two brigades of Smith's command, reacting to the threat to the Confederate army's trains on the Barhamsville Road. Franklin's movement occurred while the Confederate army was withdrawing from the Williamsburg line.
CS Major General Gustavus Woodson Smith US General William Buel Franklin