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. Smith; one regiment of cavalry, First Alabama; one engineer regiment, First Missouri; and a bridge-train of sufficient capacity to throw two bridges across any stream that we found en route. At Gordon, I made the following report, which I will re-submit without change: headquarters Department and army of the Tennessee, Gordon, Georgia, November 23, 1864. Major-General W. T. Sherman: General: In accordance with Special Field Order No. 124, from your headquarters, dated November fourteenth, 1864, my command marched from Whitehall, near Atlanta, in two columns. The left column, Major-General Blair commanding, took the direct McDonough road. This column consisted of the Seventeenth corps, bridge-train, engineer regiment, and supply-train of General Kilpatrick's cavalry, the whole preceded by the First Alabama regiment. The right column of the Fifteenth corps, Major-General Osterhaus commanding department headquarter train, and the herds of cattle. This column moved via
d from Marietta, Georgia, on the fourteenth day of November, 1864, with the First brigade, Third diy Division of the Mississippi, since November fourteenth, 1864: Station and date of casualty.Kiliana cavalry left Marietta, Georgia, November fourteenth, 1864, with thirty-six (36) officers and fent property lost and captured since November fourteenth, 1864, of Second regiment, Kentucky cavalrding, from Marietta, Georgia, on the fourteenth November, 1864, on the expedition ending with the ocio for muster out of service on the fourteenth of November, 1864. During this most arduous campairy left Marietta, Georgia, on the fourteenth day of November, 1864. On the sixteenth day of Novement since leaving Marietta, Georgia, November fourteenth, 1864, is as follows: Officer mortally wou find a report of this campaign from November fourteenth, 1864, to December seventeenth, 1864: ry left camp near Atlanta on the fourteenth day of November, 1864, and moved on the Fairburn road f[2 more...]