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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 19: events in Kentucky and Northern Mississippi. (search)
Kentuckians almost as if he was in league with Bragg for the punishment of that Commonwealth. He l then about one hundred thousand strong, while Bragg had not more than sixty-five thousand, includi of Shepherdsville toward Bardstown, to attack Bragg's main force, and the remainder moving more inhe right soon began to feel the Confederates. Bragg fell slowly back to Springfield, impeding Buelkfort and crossed the Kentucky River, and that Bragg was moving to concentrate his forces at Harrodsfied with the result of this campaign against Bragg The Confederates were equally disappointed,Van Dorn, When about to march for Kentucky, Bragg informed Aug. 30. Van Dorn and Price of his mo operate on the latter's flank and rear while Bragg was moving into Kentucky. Armstrong advanced on of the Confederates, and communication with Bragg be established through Middle Tennessee. So r that place. This was the Headquarters of General Bragg at the time of the siege of Corinth, at th[15 more...]
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 20: events West of the Mississippi and in Middle Tennessee. (search)
on its Western borders, 532. Confederates driven into Arkansas, 533. battle on Boston Mountains, 534. battle of Prairie Grove, 535. sufferings of Loyalists in Western Texas, 536. massacre of Unionists, 537. the Army of the Cumberland, 538. Bragg's Army at Murfreesboroa Jefferson Davis at head quarters, 539. Rosecrans's Army at Nashville, 540. activity of his troops, 541. advance of the Army of the Cumberland, 542. its appearance before Murfreesboroa, 543. opening of the battle of Murfreesboroa, or Stone's River, 544. disaster to the right wing of the National Army, 545. struggle of Hazen's brigade, 546. progress of the battle, 547, 548, and 549. victory for the Nationals pursuit delayed, 550. Bragg retreats southward, 551. important cavalry raids, 552. a visit to the Murfreesboroa battle — field, 553. The repulse of the Confederates at Corinth was followed by brief repose in the Department over which General Grant had command, and which, by a general order of