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Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 7 3 Browse Search
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.) 2 2 Browse Search
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lements needed, and their force was daily growing less. In spite of this they made several brilliant sorties and inflicted terrible damage on the enemy. April 8th, after a siege of thirteen days, a general bombardment was commenced, the besiegers having advanced steadily in spite of the heroic resistance of the garrison, whose lines were becoming painfully thin. Finally, after 300 yards of the left line had been broken and 350 prisoners taken, it was decided to evacuate the fort. Lieutenants Clark and Holtzclaw, with desperate bravery, held the enemy in check while the garrison evacuated the fort. The first was killed, the second dangerously wounded. Many of the soldiers marched through the mire to Fort Blakely and some to Mobile. The siege of Blakely was then progressing, and though the fort was defended with the most desperate valor, the brave garrison were finally compelled to yield after a hand-to-hand encounter with overwhelming numbers. General Maury, with about 4,50
75) Report of Col. I. G. W. Steedman, Island No.10: Lieutenants Owens and Sanford acted gallantly as men could act. Lieutenant Clark killed, 5 men wounded. (778) I sent you the First Alabama regiment two days ago; they are Bragg's best artillerists. at Atlanta, promoted to brigadier, and afterward major-general, and displayed great skill and heroism to the end; Col. Whitfield Clark, Lieut.-Cols. James Flewellen, Lemuel Hargroves and W. C. Clifton. Extracts from official war Records. Vol.rigade, Withers' division (Twenty-sixth and Thirty-ninth under Colonel Clayton), April to August, 1863; July 31st, Col. Whitfield Clark in command. No. 51—(15) In Deas' brigade, Hindman's division, at Chickamauga. (338) Col. Whitfield Clark's repoCol. Whitfield Clark's report of the battle gives 14 killed, 82 wounded. Regiment went into fight with 310 muskets. (339) Mentioned in Col. J. G. Coltart's report. No. 56—In Deas' brigade, Hindman's division, Cheatham's army corps, to December, 1863. Total present, 337; L<
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the Editor. (search)
. Fowler. Deas' Brigade. Brig.-gen. Z. C. Deas reported as commanding, July 20. Col. J. G. Coltart. 19th AlabamaCol. S. K. McSpadden. 22d AlabamaCol. John G. Marrast. 25th AlabamaLieut.-col. George D. Johnston. 39th AlabamaCol. Whitfield Clark. 50th AlabamaLieut.-col. N. N. Clement. 17th Alabama BattalionCapt. James F. Nabers. Alabama BatteryCapt. James Garrity. Manigault's Brigade. Brig.-gen. A. M. Manigault. 24th AlabamaCol. N. N. Davis. 28th AlabamaMaj. W. L. BW. C. Richards. Garrity's BatteryCapt. J. Garrity. Deas' Brigade. Brig.-gen. Z. C. Deas. 19th AlabamaCol. S. K. McSpadden. 22d AlabamaLieut.-col. John Weedon. Capt. H. T. Toulmin. 25th AlabamaCol. Geo. D. Johnston. 39th AlabamaCol. W. Clark. 50th AlabamaCol. J. G. Coltart. 17th Alabama Battalion (Sharpshooters)Capt. Jas. F. Nabers. Robertson's BatteryLieut. S. H. Dent. Manigault's Brigade. Brig.-gen. A. M. Manigault. 24th AlabamaCol. N. N. Davis. 28th AlabamaCol.