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The Civil War in Georgia

Official Records Index to Volume XXXIX, Chapter LI, Part 1, Serial No. 77

 

This index to the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion (American Civil War) covers the actions in Georgia. A detailed index is provided for each of the after action reports written by the officers with links to the reports. Volume XXXIX is divided into three parts and covers operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and North Georgia (the Atlanta Campaign excepted). May 1-November 13, 1864. In addition to the reports covering the actions in Georgia, this index also provides links to all of the other reports contained in Volume XXXIX.

Part I - Official Reports
Part II - Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.
Part III - Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.


 

Title: The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies.
Series 1Series 1 - Volume 39 (Part I); Serial Number 77
Chapter:Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and North Georgia (the Atlanta Campaign excepted). May 1-November 13, 1864.
Author: United States. War Dept., John Sheldon Moody, Calvin Duvall Cowles, Frederick Caryton Ainsworth, Robert N. Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley
Published: Washington: Government Printing Office
Date: 1892
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

 

 

Report No. Title Page No.
     
  MAY 2-12, 1864.Scout in Hickman and Naury Counties, Tenn. 5
     
  MAY 4-21, 1864 -Expedition from Vicksburg to Yazoo City, Miss., with skirmishes at Benton (7th and 9th), at Luce’s Plantation (13th), and at other points.  
     
1 Brig. Gen. John McArthur, U. S. Army, commanding expedition. 6
2 Col. Benjamin Dornblaser, Forty-sixth Illinois Infantry, commanding brigade. 8
3 Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. 10
4 Brig. Gen. Wirt Adams, C. S. Army, of operations May 9-14. 10
     
  MAY 5, 1864.Scout in Meade and Breckinridge Counties, Ky. 11
     
  MAY 7-8, 1864.Skirmishes near Florence (7th) and at Decatur (8th), Ala.  
     
1 Brig. Gen. John D. Stevenson, U. S. Army 13
2 Brig. Gen. John E. Smith, U. S. Army. 13
     
  MAY 9, 1864.Skirmish near Pound Gap, Ky. 14
     
  MAY 9-13, l864.Expedition from Louisa to Rockhouse Creek, Ky. 14
     
  MAY 10, 1864.Affair with guerrillas at Winchester, Tenn. 15
     
  MAY 12, 1864.Skirmish at Jacksons Ferry (Hallowell’s Landing), Ala. 15
     
  MAY 16, 1864 - Skirmish at Centre Star, Ala. 16
     
  MAY 18, 1864.Skirmish at Wolf River, Ky. 17
     
  MAY 22, 1864 - Skirmish near Mount Pleasant, Miss.  
     
1 Capt. William H. Forrest, Twenty-sixth Battalion Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry. 17
2 Itinerary of the First Brigade, Cavalry Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, commanded by Col. George B. Waring, jr, 17
     
  MAY 25, 1864 - Skirmish near Cripple Creek, Woodbury Pike, Tenn. 18
     
  MAY 29, 1864 - Guerrilla depredations at Winchester, Tenn. 18
     
  MAY 31 - JUNE 20, 1864 – Morgan’s raid into Kentucky.  
     
Summary of the principal events. 19
1 Brig. Gen. Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding District of Kentucky. 19
2 Capt. J. Bates Dickson, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army. 27
3 Capt. Julius Fosses, Assistant Inspector-General of Cavalry. 29
4 Capt. George H. Laird, Acting Assistant Quartermaster. 31
5 Brig. Gen. Edward H. Hobson, U. S. Army. 31
6 Col. David A. Mims, Thirty-ninth Kentucky Infantry, commanding brigade. 37
7 Col. Charles S. Hanson, Thirty-seventh Kentucky Infantry, commanding brigade. 38
8 Col. John Mason Brown, Forty-fifth Kentucky Infantry, commanding brigade. 43
9 Col. Israel Garrard, Seventh Ohio Cavalry, commanding First Cavalry Brigade. 46
10 Insp. Gen. Daniel W. Lindsey, Kentucky State Guard. 48
11 Col. George W. Monroe, Twenty-second Kentucky Infantry, commanding forces defending Frankfort. 52
12 Col. Joel F. Asper, One hundred and seventy-first Ohio Infantry. 55
13 Capt. Richard 0. Swindler, One hundred and seventy-first Ohio Infantry. 62
14 Brig. Gen. John H. Morgan, C. S. Army. 64
     
  JUNE 1-13, 1864 - Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., into Mississippi.  
     
Summary of the principal events. 84
1 Maj. Gen. Cadwallader C. Washburn, U. S. Army, commanding District of West Tennessee.t 85
2 Brig. Gen. Samuel D. Sturgis, U. S. Army, commanding expedition. 87
3 Col. William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding Infantry Division. 103
4 Col. Alexander Wilkin, Ninth Minnesota Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 107
5 Col. De Witt C. Thomas, Ninety-third Indiana Infantry. 111
6 Lieut. Col. Josiah F. Marsh, Ninth Minnesota Infantry. 113
7 Lieut. Col. Charles G. Eaton, Seventy-second Ohio Infantry. 114
8 Lieut. Col. Jefferson Brumback, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry. 116
9 Col. George B. loge, One hundred and thirteenth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 118
10 Col. Franklin Campbell, Eighty-first Illinois Infantry. 121
11 Lieut. Col. Andrew W. Rogers, Eighty-first Illinois Infantry 122
12 Lieut. Col. George R. Clarke, One hundred and thirteenth Illinois Infantry. 123
13 Col. Edward Bouton, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 124
14 Brig. Gen. Benjamin H. Grierson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Di- vision 128
15 Col. George E. Waring, jr., Fourth Missoni Cavalry, commanding First Brigade. 130
16 Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Browne, Seventh Indiana Cavalry. 134
17 Col. Edward F. Winslow, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade. 136
18 Lieut. Col. John W. Noble, Third Iowa Cavalry. 140
19 Maj. Abial R. Pierce, Fourth Iowa Cavalry. 144
20 Proceedings of a Board of Investigation. 147
21 Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. 220
22 Maj. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, C. S. Army. 221
23 Return of casualties in the Confederate forces. 230
     
  JUNE 8 - 1864.Affair at Indian Bayou, Miss. Report of Capt. Perry Evans, Ninth Texas Cavalry, commanding scouts. 234
     
  JUNE 13 - July 15, 1864. - Raid from Morristown, Tenn., into North Carolina, and capture (June 28) of Camp Vance  
     
1 Maj. Gen. John M. Schofield, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Ohio. 232
2 Capt. Robert Morrow, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army. 234
3 Col. John B. Palmer, Fifty-eighth North Carolina Infantry, commanding District of Western North Carolina. 235
4 Col. Peter Mallett, commanding North Carolina conscripts. 236
     
  JUNE 24 - AUGUST 20, 1864. Operations in the District of Northern Alabama.  
     
Summary of the principal events, 238
1 Col. Charles C. Doolittle, Eighteenth Michigan Infinity, of operations June 24 August 19. 238
2 Lieut. Col. William F. Prosser, Second Tennessee Cavalry, commanding brigade, of operations August 17-20. 239
JUNE 27, 1864.Skirmish in Big Cove Valley, Ala. 241
JUNE 27, 1864.Affair at Crittenden, Ky. 241
     
  July 2, 1864. Skirmish on the Byhalia (Miss.) Road, south of Collierville, Tenn. 242
     
  JULY 2-10, 1864. Expedition from Vicksburg to Pearl River, with skirmishes en route, and engagement (7th) near Jackson, Miss.  
     
1 Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum, U. S. Army, commanding District of Vicksburg. 242
2 Lieut. Col. John J. Jones, Forty-sixth Illinois Infantry. 244
3 Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. 246
     
  JULY 4-24, 1864. Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Grand Gulf, Miss., including skirmishes near Bolivar (6th), at Utica (13th), Port Gibson (14th), and Grand Gulf (16th). 246
     
  JULY 5-21, 1864. Expedition from La Grange, Tenn., to Tupelo, Miss.  
     
Summary of the principal events. 247
1 Maj. Gen. Cadwallader C. Washburn, U. S. Army, commanding District of West Tennessee. 249
2 Maj. Gen Andrew J. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Right Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps. 250
3 Return of casualties in the Union forces. 254
4 Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army, commanding First Division. 256
5 Col. William L. McMillen, Ninety-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 258
6 Capt. Benjamin C. Berry, One hundred and fourteenth Illinois Infantry. 261
7 Capt. Charles A. Hubbard, Ninety-third Indiana Infantry. 262
8 Lieut. Col. Samuel P. Jennison, Tenth Minnesota Infantry. 263
9 Col. John D. McClure, Forty-seventh Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 265
10 Lieut. Col. Josiah F. Marsh, Ninth Minnesota Infantry. 266
11 Col Joseph J. Woods, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 268
12 Lieut. Col. John H. Stibbs, Twelfth Iowa Infantry. 269
13 Col. Sylvester G. Hill, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry. 271
14 Col. William R. Marshall, Seventh Minnesota Infantry 272
15 Lieut. Col. William H. Heath, Thirty-third Missouri Infantry. 273
16 Col. Lyman M. Ward, Fourteenth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade. 276
17 Lieut. Orrin W. Cram, commanding detachment Battery E, First Illinois Light Artillery. 278
18 Col. David Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry, commanding Third Division. 279
19 Col. Charles D. Murray, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 282
20 Col. Thomas J. Kinney, One hundred and nineteenth Illinois Infantry. 284
21 Lieut. Col. Edwin Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry. 285
22 Col. James I. Gilbert, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 285
23 Surg. John E. Sanborn, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, Senior Surgeon Second Brigade. 288
24 Capt. William J. Campbell, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry. 289
25 Capt. Amos M. Haslip, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry. 290
26 Maj. Jonathan Hutchison, Thirty-second Iowa Infantry. 291
27 Maj. Robert W. Fyan, Twenty-fourth Missouri Infantry. 292
28 Lieut. Richard Burns, Third Indiana Battery. 294
29 Col. Edward H. Wolfe, Fifty-second Indiana Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, including attack on train near La Fayette, Tenn., June 23. 295
30 Col. Risdon M. Moore, One hundred and seventeenth Illinois Infantry. 296
31 Lieut. Col. Zalmon S. Main, Fifty-second Indiana Infantry. 297
32 Capt. George F. Young, One hundred and seventy-eighth New York Infantry. 298
33 Lieut. John W. Lowell, Battery G, Second Illinois Light Artillery. 299
34 Col. Edward Bouton, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, commanding First Brigade, U. S. Colored Troops. 300
35 Brig. Gen. Benjamin H. Grierson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Division. 304
36 Col. Edward F. Winslow, Fourth Iowa Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade. 305
37 Col. John W. Noble, Third Iowa Cavalry. 307
38 Lieut. Col. John H. Peters, Fourth Iowa Cavalry. 312
39 Maj. Martin H. Williams, Tenth Missouri Cavalry. 313
40 Col. Datus E. Coon, Second Iowa Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade. 315
41 Lieut. Col. Henry B. Burgh, Ninth Illinois Cavalry. 316
42 Maj. Charles C. Horton, Second Iowa Cavalry. 318
43 Col. Thomas P. Herrick, Seventh Kansas Cavalry (unattached). 319
44 Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. 320
45 Maj. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, C. S. Army. 320
46 Brig. Gen. James R. Chalmers, C. S. Army, commanding First Division, Forrest’s Cavalry. 324
47 Brig. Gen. Abraham Buford, C. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 329
48 Col. Edward Crossland, Seventh Kentucky Mounted Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 335
49 Col. Gustavus A. C. Holt, Third Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 338
50 Capt. S. Paine Ridgway, Third Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 338
51 Capt. Joel T. Cochran, Seventh Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 339
52 Lieut. Col. A. R. Shacklett, Eighth Kentucky Mounted Infantry. 341
53 Maj. Thomas S. Tate, jr., Twelfth Kentucky Cavalry. 342
54 Capt. H. A. Tyler, Twelfth Kentucky Cavalry. 344
55 Col. Tyree H. Bell, C. S. Army, commanding Fourth Brigade. 346
56 Col. Hinchie P. Mabry, Third Texas Cavalry, commanding brigade. 348
57 Lieut. Col. Thomas T. Barnett, Third Kentucky Mounted Infantry, commanding dismounted men. 350
     
  JULY 7-18, 1864. Scouts (7th - 9th and 12th- 18) from Kingston to England Cove, Tenn. 351
     
  JULY 8, 1864. Skirmish near Vienna, Ala. 354
     
  JULY 10-17, 1864. Expedition from Vicksburg to Grand Gulf, Miss., with skirmishes (14th) at Port Gibson and (16th) at Grand Gulf. 355
     
  July 11, 1864. Scout from Gunters Landing to Warrenton, Ala., and skirmish 356
     
  July 12-15, 1864. Scout in Lincoln County, Tenn. 357
     
  JULY 13-15, 1864. Scout from Munfordville to Big Spring, Ky. 358
     
  JULY 14-18, 1864. Operations in Webster and Union Counties, Ky., including skirmishes (14th) at Morganfield and (15th) at Geigers Lake. 359
     
  JULY 17-18, 1864. Scout from Columbus to Hickman, Ky. 360
     
  JULY 24, 1864. Skirmish near Collierville, Tenn. 361
     
  JULY 25-28, 1864. Expedition from Decatur to Courtland, Ala., and skirmish.  
     
1 Col. William T. C. Grower, Seventeenth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, Fourth Division, Sixteenth Army Corps. 361
2 Lieut. Col. John Rheinlander, Twenty-Fifth Indiana Infantry. 363
3 Maj. Edwin M. Hulburd, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry. 363
4 Lieut. Col. Charles H. De Groat, Thirty-Second Wisconsin Infantry. 364
     
  JULY 26-27, 1864. Expedition from Paducah to Haddix’s Ferry, Ky., and skirmish. 365
     
  JULY 28, 1864. Skirmish at Longs Mills, near Mulberry Gap, Teun 366
     
  AUGUST 13, 1864. Pursuit of Confederates from Athens, Tenn., into North Carolina, and skirmishes (1st) at Athens, Tenn., and (2d) near Murphy, NC.  
     
1 Lieut. Col. Michael L. Patterson, Fourth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, Fourth Division, Twenty-third Army Corps, of skirmish at Athens, Tenn. 367
2 Capt. Joshua S. Preble, First Ohio Heavy Artillery, of the pursuit of the Confederates and skirmish near Murphy, N. C. 367
3 Capt. Samuel Bivens, First Ohio Heavy Artillery, of the pursuit of the Confederates and skirmish near Murphy, N. C. 368
     
  AUGUST 1-5, 1864. Scout from Strawberry Plains to Greeneville, Tenn., and skirmish (2d) at Morristown. 369
     
  AUGUST 1-30, 1864. Expedition from La Grange, Tenn., to Oxford, Miss.  
     
Summary of the Principal Events 370
1 Itinerary of the First Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, commanded by Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Mower, U. S. Army. 371
2 Col. Dc Witt C. Thomas, Ninety-third Indiana Infantry, First Brigade. 371
3 Col. Lucius F. Hubbard, Fifth Minnesota Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 373
4 Lieut. Col. Samuel R. Baker, Forty-seventh Illinois Infantry. 374
5 Col. Joseph J. Woods, Twelfth Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 375
6 Col. Sylvester G. Hill, Thirty-fifth Iowa Infantry. 376
7 Col. William T. Shaw, Fourteenth Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Division. 377
8 Col. Charles D. Murray, Eighty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 378
9 Col. Thomas J. Kinney, One hundred and nineteenth Illinois Infantry. 379
10 Lieut. Col. Edwin Moore, Twenty-first Missouri Infantry. 380
11 Col. James I. Gilbert, Twenty-seventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 380
12 Col. Edward H. Wolfe, Fifty-second Indiana Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 381
13 Col. Phineas Pease, Forty-ninth Illinois Infantry. 383
14 Lieut. Col. Jonathan Merriam, One hundred and seventeenth Illinois Infantry. 383
15 Maj. Robert McWilliams, One hundred and seventeenth Illinois Infantry. 384
16 Capt. Eli Mattocks, Fifty-second Indiana Infantry. 385
17 Lieut. John W. Lowell, Battery G, Second Illinois Light Artillery. 386
18 Brig. Gen. Benjamin H. Grierson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps. 386
19 Brig. Gen. Edward Hatch, U. S. Army, commanding First Division. 388
20 Maj. Charles C. Horton, Second Iowa Cavalry, Second Brigade. 390
21 Col. Joseph Karge, Second New Jersey Cavalry, commanding Second Division. 391
22 Lieut. Col. Joseph C. Hess, Nineteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding First Brigade. 392
23 Col. John W. Noble, Third Iowa Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade. 394
24 Col. William L. Duckworth, Seventh Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry. 396
25 Lieut. Col. David C. Kelley, Twenty-sixth Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry Battalion. 397
26 Capt. Charles T. Biser, C. S. Army. 400
     
  AUGUST 1-31, 1864. Operations in Eastern Kentucky, and skirmishes (1st) near Bardstown, Ky., and (2d) near New Haven, Ky. 401
     
  AUGUST 2-23, 1864. Operations in Mobile Bay, Ala.  
     
Summary of the Principal Events 402
1 Maj. Gen. Edward U. S. Canby, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the West Mississippi. 402
2 Capt. Miles D. McAlester, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, Chief Engineer. 406
3 Maj. Frank W. Marston, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer. 415
4 Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger, U. S. Army, commanding land forces. 417
5 Lieut. Charles S. Sargent, Second Louisiana Infantry, Aide-dc-Camp to Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks. 419
6 Lieut. N. Henry Camp, Signal Corps, U. S. Army 420
7 Itinerary of U. S. Forces in Mobile Bay, Ala., commanded by Brig. Gen. George H. Gordon, U. S. Army. 422
8 Itinerary of U. S. Forces on Mobile Point, Ala., commanded by Col. Henry Bertram, Twentieth Wisconsin Infantry. 422
9 Capt. Edward Coulter, Twentieth Iowa Infantry. 423
10 Maj. William Roy, First Indiana Heavy Artillery. 423
11 Lieut. Frank B. Fenton, Battery A, Second Illinois Light Artillery. 424
12 Capt. Jacob B. Rawles, Battery G, Fifth U. S. Artillery. 425
13 Maj. Gen. Dabney H. Maury, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. 425
14 Brig. Gen. Richard L. Page, C. S. Army, commanding Fort Morgan and the outer defenses of Mobile Bay. 435
15 Lieut. Col. James M. Williams, Twenty-first Alabama Infantry. 441
16 Maj. James T. Gee, First Battalion Alabama Artillery. 442
17 Admiral Franklin Buchanan, C. S. Navy. 443
18 Commander James D. Johnston, C. S. Navy, commanding ram Tennessee. 445
19 Lieut. Commander Patrick U. Murphy, C. S. Navy, commanding gun-boat Selma. 448
20 Lieut. John W. Bennett, C. S. Navy, commanding steamer Gaines. 449
21 Lieut. John A. Payne, C. S. Navy, engineer officer steamer Gaines. 452
22 Lieut. Edgar L. Lambert, C. S. Navy. 453
23 Second Assistant Engineer Edward Debois, C. S. Navy. 455
24 Gunner Z. A. Offutt, C. S. Navy. 455
25 Complimentary letter from Stephen U. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy. 456
     
  AUGUST 3-6, 1864. Scout from Cumberland Gap, Tenn, into Lee County, Va., and to Tazewell, Tenn., and skirmish (4th) near Jonesville, Va. 457
     
  AUGUST 3-6, 1864 Operations about Woodville, Miss. 457
     
  AUGUST 4-6, 1864.Expedition from Natchez, Miss., to Gillespie’s Plantation, La., and skirmish. 459
     
  AUGUST 7, 1864. Confederate raid in Union County, Tenn. 460
     
  AUGUST 12-14, 1864. Operations in Madison County, Ala. Report of Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger, U. S. Army, commanding District of Northern Alabama. 462
     
  AUGUST 13, l864. Operations about Shawneetown, Ill. 462
     
  AUGUST 14-15, 1864. Scout from Mayfield, Ky., and skirmish. 463
     
  AUGUST 15, 1864. Scout from Triana to Valhermoso Springs, Ala. 463
     
  AUGUST 16, 1864. Raid on Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, Tenn. 464
     
  AUGUST 16-22, 1864. Expedition from Mount Vernon, Ind., into Kentucky, including skirmishes at White Oak Springs (17th), Geiger’s Lake (18th), and Smith’s Mills (19th). 465
     
  AUGUST 20, 1864. Skirmish at Pine Bluff, Tenn. 467
     
  AUGUST 21, 1864. Attack on Memphis, Tenn.  
     
1 Maj. Gen. Cadwallader C. Washburn, U. 8. Army, commanding District of West Tennessee. 468
2 Lieut. Col. William H. Thurston, Assistant Inspector-Ceneral, Sixteenth Army Corps. 472
3 Brig. Gen. Ralph P. Buckland, U. S. Army, commanding District of Mem phis. 472
4 Col. George B. Hoge, One hundred and thirteenth Illinois Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 475
5 Col. John Wood, One hundred and thirty-seventh Illinois Infantry, of casualties in the Third Brigade. 476
6 Col. Edwin L. Buttrick, Thirty-ninth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade. 477
7 Sergt. Horatio M. Price, Seventh Wisconsin Battery. 477
8 Capt. Charles R. Riggs, Sixty-first U. S. Colored Infantry, First Brigade Colored Troops. 478
9 Lieut. Col. William B. Bell, Eighth Iowa Infantry (unassigned). 478
10 Lieut. Ruthven W. Pike, Fourth Illinois Cavalry, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, of casualties in the Cavalry Corps, District of West Tennessee. 480
11 Lieut. Col. George Duffield, Third Iowa Cavalry, Second Brigade, Second Division. 480
12 Capt. Shuler S. Vrooman, Third Illinois Cavalry. 482
13 Brig. Gen. Charles W. Dustan, commanding Tennessee Enrolled Militia. 482
14 John E. Randle, Chief of Fire Department. 483
15 Maj. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, C. S. Army, commanding Forrest’s cavalry. 484
     
  AUGUST 21-23, 1864. Skirmishes at Rogersville (21st) and Blue Springs (23d), and pursuit of Confederates to Greeneville, Tenn. 484
     
  AUGUST 22, 1864. Skirmishes at Canton and Roaring Spring, Ky. 487
     
  AUGUST 29 - SEPTEMBER 4, 1864. Operations in East Tennessee, including skirmishes (September 4) at Parks Gap and at Greeneville, and death of Brig. Gen. John H. Morgan, C. S. Army.  
     
1 Brig. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem, U. S. Army. 488
2 Brig. Gen. John Echols, C. S. Army. 491
     
  SEPTEMBER 2, 1864. Guerrilla raid on Owensborough, Ky. 492
     
  SEPTEMBER 2, 1864. Skirmishes at and near Union City, Tenn. 493
     
  SEPTEMBER 25, 1864. Scout from Whiteside’s, Tenn., to Sulphur Springs, Ga. 493
     
  SEPTEMBER 6, 1864. Skirmish at Readyville, Tenn.  
     
1 Col. Thomas J. Jordan, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. 495
2 Col. George G. Dibrell, Thirteenth Tennessee (Confederate) Cavalry, commanding brigade, including engagement at Saltville, Va., October 2. 496
     
  SEPTEMBER 6, 1864. Skirmish near the Eight-Mile Post, on the Natchez and Liberty Road, Miss. 497
     
  SEPTEMBER 9-11, 1864. Expeditions from Mobile Bay to Bonsecours and Fish Rivers, Ala.  
     
1 Bvt. Brig. Gem Joseph Bailey, Colonel Fourth Wisconsin Cavalry, commanding brigade. 498
2 Capt. Clement W. Stone, Sixth Michigan Heavy Artillery, Acting Assistant Quartermaster. 499
     
  SEPTEMBER 10, 1864. Affair at Campbellton, Ga. 501
     
  SEPTEMBER 10, 1864. Skirmish at Woodbury, Tenn. 501
     
  SEPTENBER 10-OCTOBER 13, 1864. Operations in East Tennessee, including skirmishes (September 28) at Leesburg and (September 30) at Duvall’s Ford. 502
     
  SEPTEMBER 12, 1864. Skirmish near Memphis, Tenn. 503
     
  SEPTEMBER 14, 1864. Affair near Weston, Ky. 503
     
  SEPTEMBER 16-OCTOBER 10, 1864. Forrests raid into Northern Alabama and Middle Tennessee.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events
1 Maj. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau, U. S. Army, commanding District of Tennessee. 504
2 Bvt. Brig. Gen. Daniel C. McCallum, U. S. Army, Director-General and Manager Military Railroads. 507
3 Lieut. Albert Kramer, Sixty-eighth New York Infantry, Assistant Inspector of Block-Houses. 507
4 Lieut, Col. Alfred B. Wade, Seventy-third Indiana Infantry. 509
5 Maj. Gen. Robert H. Milroy, U. S. Army. 512
6 Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger, U. S. Army, commanding District of Northern Alabama. 512
7 Lieut. Henry C. March, One hundred and fifteenth Ohio Infantry, Assistant Inspector of Railroad Defenses. 518
8 Col. Wallace Campbell, One hundred and tenth U. S. Colored Infantry. 520
9 Brig. Gen. John C. Starkweather, U. S. Army. 530
10 Col. William B. Sipes, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, commanding post of Columbia. 535
11 Col. George Spalding, Twelfth Tennessee Cavalry, commanding Fourth Cavalry Division. 536
12 Col. George W. Jackson, Ninth Indiana Cavalry. 538
13 Col. George B. Hoge, One hundred and thirteenth Illinois Infantry, commanding brigade. 539
14 Maj. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, C. S. Army. 542
     
  SEPTEMBER 19-22, 1864. Expeditions from Natchez to Buck’s Ferry (19TH – 21ST) and Farrar’s Plantation, Miss. (22d), and skirmishes en route.  
     
1 Col. Loren Kent, Twenty-ninth Illinois Infantry. 549
2 Maj. Mindret Wemple, Fourth Illinois Cavalry. 551
     
  SEPTEMBER 20 - OCTOBER 17, 1864. Raids from Kentucky and East Tennessee into Southwestern Virginia.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events. 551
1 Bvt. Maj. Gen. Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding District of Kentucky, of skirmishes at Clinch Mountain and Laurel Creek Gap and action at Saltville. 552
2 Surg. James G. Hatchitt, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief First Division, District of Kentucky, of the killed, wounded, and missing in the action at Saltville. 553
3 Surg. William H. Gardner, Thirtieth Kentucky Infantry, of the shooting of Union prisoners. 554
4 Itinerary of the First Division, District of Kentucky, commanded by Brig. Gen. Nathaniel C. McLean, U. S. Army. 555
5 Itinerary of the Fourth Brigade, commanded by Col. Robert W. Ratliff, Twelfth Ohio Cavalry. 556
6 Col. James S. Brisbin, Fifth U. S. Colored Cavalry, of the part taken by a detachment of the Fifth U. S. Colored Cavalry, under the command of Col. James F. Wade, Sixth U. S. Colored Cavalry, at Saltville. 556
7 Brig. Gen Jacob Ammen, U. S. Army, of skirmishes at Rheatown, Jonesborough, the Watauga River, and Carters Station. 558
8 Maj. Gen. John C. Breckinridge, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee, of skirmish at Greeneville. 559
9 Brig. Gen. John Echols, C. S. Army, of operations September 30-October 3. 559
10 Brig. Gen. Alfred B. Jackson, C. S. Army, commanding at Saltvllle, of operations October 1-8. 560
11 Brig. Gen. John S. Williams, C. S. Army, of operations October 1-5 561
12 Brig. Gen. John C. Vaughn, C. S. Army, of skirmishes at Kingsport, Rogersville, and Greeneville. 562
13 Brig. Gen. George B. Cosby, C. S. Army, of operations October 5. 566
14 Surg. William Jennings, C. S. Army, of wounded prisoners at Saltville. 567
     
  September 21-26, 1864. – Expedition from Vicksburg to Deer Creek, Miss., and Skirmishes (22d-34d) near Rolling Fork.  
     
1 Maj. Gen. Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding District of Vicksburg, Including operations to October 11. 567
2 Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, commanding Cavalry Forces. 571
     
  SEPTEMBER 26-30, 1864. Expedition from Natchez, Miss., to Waterproof and Sicily Island, La. 572
     
  SEPTEMBER 28, 1864. Skirmish near Decatur, Ga.
     
  SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 3, 1864. - Expedition from Vicksburg to Rodney and Fayette, Miss., and skirmish (September 30) at Port Gibson  
     
1 Maj. Gen. Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding District of Vicksburg. 573
2 Col. Embury D. Osband, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, commanding Cavalry Forces 575
     
  SEPTEMBER 29-NOVEMBER 13, 1864. Operations in North Georgia and North Alabama.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events 576
1 Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the Mississippi. (580) 580
2 Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Cumberland. 584
3 Capt. Samuel Bachtell, commanding detachment U. S. Signal Corps. 591
4 Journal of the Fourth Army Corps. 593
5 Bvt. Maj. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, U. S. Army, commanding Fourteenth Army Corps. 614
6 Brig. Gen. William P. Carlin, U. S. Army, commanding First Division. 616
7 Col. Harrison C. Hobart, Twenty-first Wisconsin Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 617
8 Lieut. Col. David Miles, Seventy-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 618
9 Capt. James H. Low, Thirty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 619
10 Brig. Gen. James D. Morgan, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 620
11 Journal of Second Division. 633
12 Col. Robert F. Smith, commanding First Brigade. 636
13 Capt. Eben White, Sixteenth Illinois Infantry. 637
14 Maj. James H. McDonald, Sixtieth Illinois Infantry. 638
15 Capt. Charles H. Richman, Tenth Michigan Infantry. 638
16 Lieut. Col. Joel O. Martin, Seventeenth New York Veteran Infantry. 639
17 Lieut. Col. John S. Pearce, Ninety-eighth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 640
18 Lieut. Col. Maris R. Vernon, Seventy-eighth Illinois Infantry. 642
19 Capt. James R. McLaughlin, Ninety-eighth Ohio Infantry. 642
20 Lieut. Col. James W. Langley, One hundred and twenty-fifth Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 643
21 Brig. Gen. Absalom Baird, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 646
22 Lieut. Col. Thomas Morgan, Seventy-forth Indiana Infantry, Third Brigade. 647
23 Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams, U. S. Army, commanding Twentieth Army Corps. 649
24 Col. William Cogswell, Second Massachusetts Infantry, commanding post of Atlanta, Ga. 650
25 Col. James L. Selfridge, Forty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade, First Division, Twentieth Army Corps. 653
26 Maj. Patrick Griffith, Forty-sixth Pennsylvania Infantry. 654
27 Col. Ezra A. Carman, Thirteenth New Jersey Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 655
28 Maj. Frederick H. Harris, Thirteenth New Jersey Infantry. 656
29 Maj. Alfred B. Smith, One hundred and fiftieth New York Infantry. 657
30 Col. William Hawley, Third Wisconsin Infantry. 658
31 Col. James S. Robinson, Eighty-second Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 659
32 Lieut. Col. Hezekiah Watkins, One hundred and forty-third New York Infantry. 661
33 Lieut. Col. David Thomson, Eighty-second Ohio Infantry. 662
34 Brig. Gen. John W. Geary, U. S. Array, commanding Second Division. 663
35 Col. Ario Pardee, jr., One hundred and forty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 670
36 Maj. Myron T. Wright, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry. 671
37 Lieut. Col. Charles C. Cresson, Seventy-third Pennsylvania Infantry. 672
38 Col. Henry A. Barnum, One hundred and forty-ninth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 673
39 Maj. Thomas Elliott, Sixtieth New York Infantry. 674
40 Lieut. Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, One hundred and second New York Infantry. 675
41 Lieut. Col. Koert S. Van Voorhis, One hundred and thirty-seventh New York Infantry. 676
42 Maj. Nicholas Grumbach, One hundred and forty-ninth New York Infantry. 678
43 Brig. Gen. William T. Ward, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 678
44 Col. Daniel Dustin, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Division. 679
45 Maj. Hiland H. Clay, One hundred and second Illinois Infantry, First Brigade. 684
46 Maj. Henry D. Brown, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry. 685
47 Maj. Zachariah S. Ragan, Seventieth Indiana Infantry. 685
48 Col. Daniel Dustin, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 687
49 Lieut. Col. James E. Burton, Thirty-third Indiana Infantry. 688
50 Maj. Jefferson E. Brant, Eighty-fifth Indiana Infantry. 689
51 Lieut. Col. Edward Bloodgood, Twenty-second Wisconsin Infantry. 691
52 Col. Samuel Ross, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 691
53 Lieut. Col. Philo B. Buckingham, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry. 692
54 Lieut. Col. Edwin H. Powers, Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry. 693
55 Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger, U. S. Army, commanding District of Northern Alabama. 694
56 Col. Charles C. Doolittle, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry, commanding post of Decatur, Ala. 700
57 Capt. Charles S. Cooper, Battery D, Second Illinois Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery. 704
58 Capt. Albert F. Beach, Battery A, First Tennessee Light Artillery. 706
59 Lieut. Col. William F. Prosser, Second Tennessee Cavalry. 706
60 Lieut. Col. Harvey J. Espy, Sixty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 708
61 Capt. Giles E. White, Sixty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 708
62 Capt. Hanson D. Moore, Sixty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 709
63 Lieut. Col. Alfred B. Wade, Seventy-third Indiana Infantry 709
64 Col. Moses B. Houghton, Third Michigan Infantry. 710
65 Maj. Edwin M. Hulburd, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry. 710
66 Capt. Myron W. Reed, Eighteenth Michigan Infantry. 712
67 Col. Thomas Saylor, Twenty-ninth Michigan Infantry. 712
68 Col. William Given, One hundred and second Ohio Infantry. 713
69 Col. Thomas J. Morgan, Fourteenth U. S. Colored Infantry. 714
70 Lieut. Col. Henry C. Corbin, Fourteenth U. S. Colored Infantry. 716
71 Maj. Nicholas J. Vail, Fourteenth U. S. Colored Infantry. 716
72 Col. Lewis Johnson, Forty-fourth U. S. Colored Troops, commanding post of Dalton, Ga. 717
73 Brig. Gen. Washington L. Elliott, U. S. Army, Chief of Cavalry. 724
74 Brig. Gen. Kenner Garrard, U. S. Army, commanding Second Cavalry Division. 726
75 Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick, U. S. Army, commanding Third Cavalry Division. 728
76 Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Tennessee. 730
77 Capt. James M. McClintock, Chief Acting Signal Officer. 735
78 Lieut. William H. Sherfy, U. S. Signal Corps, commanding detachment. 737
79 Lieut. John Q. Adams, U. S. Signal Corps, commanding detachment at Allatoona, Ga. 739
80 Maj. Gen. Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Army, commanding Fifteenth Army Corps. 740
81 Brig. Gen. William B. Hazen, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 745
82 Col. James S. Martin, One hundred and eleventh Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 746
83 Bvt. Brig. Gen. Green B. Raum, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 746
84 Lieut. Col. John E. Tourtellotte, Fourth Minnesota Infantry, commanding post of Allatoona, Ga. 748
85 Capt. Clark Gray, Ninety-third Illinois Infantry, First Brigade. 750
86 Maj. James C. Edson, Fourth Minnesota Infantry. 750
87 Lieut. Col. Charles H. Jackson, Eighteenth Wisconsin Infantry. 751
88 Col. Clark R. Wever, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 752
89 Capt. William W. McCammon, Twenty-fourth Missouri Infantry, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General. 754
90 Lieut. Col. John P. Hall, Fifty-sixth Illinois Infantry. 755
91 Lieut. Col. Samson M. Archer, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry. 758
92 Brig. Gen. John M. Corse, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division. 760
93 Lieut. Col. Roger Martin, Sixty-sixth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 772
94 Capt. Robert Kochler, Twelfth Illinois Infantry, Second Brigade. 773
95 Maj. Wheelock S. Merriman, Twelfth Illinois Infantry. 775
96 Capt. William S. Boyd, Sixty-sixth Illinois Infantry. 776
97 Lieut. Col. Hector Perrin, Seventh Illinois Infantry, Third Brigade. 777
98 Lieut. Col. William Hanna, Fiftieth Illinois Infantry. 779
99 Lieut. Col. Frederick J. Hurlbut, commanding Fifty-seventh Illinois Infantry and Third Brigade. 781
100 Maj. Eric Forsse, Fifty-seventh Illinois Infantry. 784
101 Maj. Joseph M. Griffiths, Thirty-ninth Iowa Infantry. 785
102 Capt. Charles A. Cameron, Thirty-ninth Iowa Infantry. 786
103 Brig. Gen. Thomas E. G. Ransom, U. S. Army, commanding detachment Seventeenth Army Corps. 788
104 Abstract from Journal of Brig. Gen. Jacob D. Cox, U. S. Army, commanding Twenty-third Army Corps (temporarily) and Third Division, Twenty- third Army Corps. 789
105 Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Cooper, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, Twenty-third Army Corps. 795
106 General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the West. 795
107 General John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee. 801
108 Journal of Brig. Gen. Francis A. Shoup, C. S. Army, Chief of Staff. 803
109 Itinerary of the Army of Tennessee. 808
110 Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding army corps. 810
111 Lieut. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart, C. S. Army, commanding army corps. 812
112 Maj. Gen. Samuel G. French, C. S. Army, commanding division. 813
113 Maj. Ezekiel H. Hampton, Twenty-ninth North Carolina Infantry, Ector’s brigade. 820
114 Col. David Coleman, Thirty-ninth North Carolina Infantry. 821
115 Maj. James H. McReynolds, Ninth Texas Infantry. 822
116 Lieut. Col. Abram Harris, Fourteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted). 823
117 Brig. Gen. Claudins W. Sears, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 824
118 Maj. Gen. Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding division. 825
119 Maj. Gen. William B. Bate, C. S. Army, commanding division, Hardee’s army corps. 826
     
  October 2-11. Operations in Southwest Mississippi and East Louisiana, including skirmish at Marianna, Fla., September 27.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events 828
1 Maj. Gen. Edward R. S. Canby, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of West Mississippi, including skirmish at Marianna, Fla., September 27, capture of Confederate mail, and recapture of U. S. flags near Saint Joseph, on the west side of the Mississipp 828
2 Maj. Gen. Napoleon J. T. Dana, U. S. Army, commanding District of Vicksburg. 829
3 Col. Embury D. Oshand, Third U. S. Colored Cavalry, commanding expedition to Woodville. 831
4 Col. Loren Kent, Twenty-ninth Illinois Infantry, of expedition from Tunica Landing to Fort Adams, Miss. 833
5 Col. Bernard G. Farrar, Sixth U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, of expedition from Natchez to the Homochitto River, Miss. 835
6 Brig. Gen. George B. Hodge, C. S. Army, commanding District of Southwest Mississippi and East Louisiana. 836
7 Col. John S. Scott, First Louisiana Cavalry, of skirmishes at Thompson’s Creek and near Bayou Sara, La. 838
8 Col. Frank P. Powers, Powers Regiment Louisiana and Mississippi Cavalry, of skirmishes at and near Bayou Sara, La. 842
     
  OCTOBER 10-28, l864. Operations in East Tennessee.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events 844
1 Brig. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem, U. S. Army, commanding U. S. Forces. 844
2 Maj. Gen. John C. Breckinridge, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee. 847
3 Brig. Gen. John C. Vaughn, C. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Brigade. 848
4 Col. John B. Palmer, Fifty-eighth North Carolina Infantry, commanding Mountain District of North Carolina. 852
5 Lieut. David J. Hynds, Company A, Third Tennessee Infantry (mounted), Provisional Army. 854
6 Sergt. A. B. Byrd, Macbeth (South Carolina) Light Artillery. 856
     
  OCTOBER 11, 1864. Skirmish near Fort Donelson, Tenn. 857
     
  OCTOBER 16-NOVEMBER 10, 1864. Forrests Raid into West Tennessee.  
     
Summary of the Principle Events 858
1 Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Cumberland 859
2 Lieut. Col. William Sinclair, Assistant Inspector-General, U. S. Army. 860
3 Bvt. Brig. Gen. James L. Donaldson, U. S. Army, Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Cumberland. 863
4 Capt. Samuel J. McConnell, Seventy-first Ohio Infantry, Acting Assistant Inspector-General, District of Tennessee. 864
5 Acting Volunteer Lieut. Edward M. King, U. S. Navy. 866
6 Brig. Gen. Solomon Meredith, U. S. Army, commanding District of Western Kentucky. 867
7 Col. Reuben D. Mussey, One hundredth U. S. Colored Infantry. 868
8 General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army. 868
9 Maj. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, C. S. Army, commanding Forrest’s Cavalry. 868
10 Brig. Gen. James R. Chalmers, C. S. Army, commanding cavalry division. 872
     
  OCTOBER 17, 1864. Skirmish at Eddyville. Ky. 876
     
  OCTOBER 18 and 21, 1864. Raids on the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, Tenn. 877
     
  OCTOBER 24-31, 1864. Operations in Issaquena and Washington Counties, Miss., and skirmish (25th) at Steele’s Bayou 787
     
  OCTOBER 26, 1864. - Affair in Scott County, Va. 789
     
  OCTOBER 27, 1864. Attack on Steamer Belle Saint Louis at Fort Randolph, Tenn.  
     
1 Col. James N. McArthar, Fourth U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, commanding post of Columbus, Ky. 789
2 Maj. William H. Jameson, Paymaster, U. S. Army 780
3 Col. Loren Kent, Twenty-ninth Illinois Infantry. 781
     
  OCTOBER 29, 1864. Attack on Vanceburg, Ky. 882
     
  OCTOBER 29, 1864. Skirmish at Nonconnah Creek, Tenn. 883
     
  NOVEMBER 1, 1864. Skirmishes at Union Station, Tenn.  
     
     
  NOVEMBER 4-17, 1864. Breckinridges advance into East Tennessee.
Summary of the Principle Events 885
1 Maj. Cen. George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Cumberland. 885
2 Brig. Gen. Jacob Ammen, U. S. Army. 886
3 Brig. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem, U. S. Army. 888
4 Maj. Gen. John C. Breckinridge, C. S. Army, commanding Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee. 892
5 Brig. Gen. John C. Vaughn, C. S. Army. 894
6 Brig. Gen. Basil W. Duke, C. S. Army. 896
7 Col. John B. Palmer, Fifty-eighth North Carolina Infantry, commanding Forces of Western North Carolina. 897
8 Maj. Samuel Tool, Third Tennessee Infantry, Provisional Army (mounted). 898
     
  NOVEMBER 6, 1864. Skirmish at Bloomfield, Ky 898
     
  NOVEMBER 6-8, 1864. Expedition from Vicksburg, Miss., to Gaines Landing and Bayou Macon, La. 899
     
  NOVEMBER 9-13, 1864. Expedition from Memphis to Moscow, Tenn. 901
     
  NOVEMBER 10, 1864. Scout near Memphis, Tenn. 902
     
  Appendix  
     
Lieut. Col. Robert Cowden, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, of expedition from Memphis, Tenn., into Mississippi, June 1-13, 1864 903
Maj. James C. Foster, Fifty-ninth U. S. Colored Infantry, of expedition from La Grange, Tenn., to Tupelo, Miss., July 5-21, 1864. 905
Maj. Gen. David S. Stanley, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Army Corps, of operations in North Georgia and North Alabama, September 29-November 13, 1864. 907
     
  Alternate designations of organizations mentioned in this volume. 909
     
  Index 919

 

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