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irst division, moved to Cherokee Hill to protect the rear, and formed connection on its left with portion of Fourteenth corps. December 14. Two regiments of Second division pushed over on to Hutchinson's Island. December 15. Second regiment Massachusetts volunteers reenforced Third regiment Wisconsin volunteers on Argyle Island. December 16. Second brigade, Third division, relieved remainder of Second brigade, First division, the latter crossing over to Argyle Island. December 19. The regiments of the Second brigade, First division, crossed over to the South-Carolina shore and intrenched themselves between Clydesdale Creek and the house of Mr. Izzard. December 21. Savannah having been evacuated by the enemy, the Second division took possession of the city early in the morning. The Third and First divisions arrived during the day. Memorandum list of ordnance and ordnance stores captured from the enemy in the campaign from Atlanta to Savannah, endi
consin volunteers crossed to Argyle Island. Steamer Resolute captured. December 13. The remainder of the Third brigade, First division, moved to Cherokee Hill to protect the rear, and formed connection on its left with portion of Fourteenth corps. December 14. Two regiments of Second division pushed over on to Hutchinson's Island. December 15. Second regiment Massachusetts volunteers reenforced Third regiment Wisconsin volunteers on Argyle Island. December 16. Second brigade, Third division, relieved remainder of Second brigade, First division, the latter crossing over to Argyle Island. December 19. The regiments of the Second brigade, First division, crossed over to the South-Carolina shore and intrenched themselves between Clydesdale Creek and the house of Mr. Izzard. December 21. Savannah having been evacuated by the enemy, the Second division took possession of the city early in the morning. The Third and First divisions arrived during the day.
ht shelling from General Wheeler's guns. December 19.--Under orders from the Brigadier-General c December 18th.--Lay in same position. December 19th.--Crossed at daylight on flatboats, to thnd responsibility of the expedition. December nineteenth, I recrossed my regiment with the balanOhio volunteers,Wounded, left foot, severe,19th December. 2Frederick Hoff,Corporal, 5th Ohio volunwell,Private,B,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 6James Atkinson,Private,D,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 7E. Kyle,Corporal,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, severe,19th Decembeate,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, slight,19th December. 9S. Keltner,Private,I,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, severe,19th December. 10Levi S. Mathart,Private,C,147th Pennsylvania volunteers,Woundeolunteers,Wounded, leg, mortal, since died,19th December. 12Martin Sachs,Private,F,147th Pennsylvapiece of shell; Lewis Harry, company I, December nineteenth, wounded severely, left leg amputated, [8 more...]
al Geary, October twenty-sixth, proceeding in direction of Lithonia, on Georgia Railroad. From these and other expeditions from Atlanta, we received in all about seven thousand (7000) pounds corn for the animals of the battery. We moved from Atlanta November fifteenth, taking the Augusta road. One man died of disease, November eighteenth, near Madison. From this date until arriving in front of Savannah, December tenth, nothing worthy of note in a report transpired. December thirteenth, nineteen rounds of ammunition were expended, mostly thrown into the city. Twenty rounds were fired on the twentieth, at a boat which had moved up from the city, and was annoying our troops on Hutchinson's Island. Battery moved into Savannah, December twenty-first. One hundred and twenty rounds were expended on morning of twenty-first, in endeavoring to drive off the enemy from a boat on the river, from which they were unloading supplies. On afternoon of same day battery was moved to West Broad st
ing the capture of Fort McAllister by the Second division, Fifteenth corps, thereby opening communication with the fleet and General Foster. Thursday, December fifteenth, nothing unusual occurred this day. Friday, December sixteenth, a rebel gunboat came up the river to-day, and fired several shots very near us. At night a fort was laid out near the bank of the river on our left. Saturday, December seventeenth, received first mail from the North since leaving Atalanta. Monday, December nineteenth, fresh hard bread was issued to-day, causing a feeling of general satisfaction among the men. A mail left the brigade. Tuesday, December twentieth, at dark the regiment was detailed to work on a fort in front of the right of our brigade, called Fort No. 3, where we worked until half-past 1 A. M., on Wednesday, December twenty-first; when, it being completed, we returned to camp, and soon after noticed signs of the enemy's evacuation of the city, which was ascertained by Colo