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In the major battles around Petersburg, Graham's Battery fought at Second Drewry's Bluff (16 May 1864), First Petersburg (15-18 June), Globe Tavern (18-21 August), Peebles Farm (30 September-1 October) and Burgess Mill (27 October). The infantry of the Petersburg Battalion became the nucleus of the 12th Regiment Virginia Infantry, the Petersburg Regiment. At Norfolk, this regiment became part of the brigade of Brigadier General William Page 43 Mahone, the former president of the Norfolk & Petersburg Railroad.
Situated near the treaty line between the English settlers and the Indians, Fort Henry soon became a center of exploration and the Indian trade. A short distance down-stream from the fort, a village grew up called Petersburg after Peter Jones, the leading Indian trader there in the late 17th century. In 1700, the Crown opened the area south and southwest of Petersburg to settlement. The area proved so rich an agricultural region that those who settled it referred to it as Eden. The farmers of this area, which extended down into North Carolina, began sending their tobacco to Petersburg for shipment to Great Britain.
Preoccupied with the safety of Richmond, the administration and Lee remained deaf to his pleas. Before the pontoons arrived to facilitate the crossing of the Page 38 James River, Grant decided to deal with the unfinished business of wrecking Richmond's principal supply line to the westthe Virginia Central Railroad. On 5 June, he ordered Sheridan to ride with two of his cavalry divisions to Charlottesville. There Sheridan would unite with the army moving up the Shenandoah Valley under Major General David Hunter, Sigel's successor.