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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 76 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1. 22 0 Browse Search
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Three companies Third Regiment Missouri Volunteers, Colonel Siegel. Fifth Regiment Missouri Volunteers, Colonel Salamon. First Regiment Iowa Volunteers, Colonel J. F. Bates. First Regiment Kansas Volunteers, Colonel Deitzler. Second Regiment Kansas Volunteers, Colonel Mitchell. Two companies First Regular Cavalry, Captains Stanley and Carr. Three companies First Regular Cavalry (recruits), Lieut. Lathrop. Captain I. Totten's Battery Regular Artillery, six guns, six and twelve-pounders. Lieut. Dubois's Battery Regular Artillery, four guns, six and twelve-pounders. Captain Shaeffer's Battery Missouri Volunteer Artillery, six guns, six and twelve-pounders. The whole column was under the immediate command of Major-General Lyon, while Brigadier-Generals Sweeny, Siegel, and Major Sturgis were intrusted with the most important subsidiary charges. The march commenced at five o'clock on the afternoon of Thursday. The baggage wagons, one hundred and eighty in number, were scattered ov
Totten's battery and the First Iowa regiment; Dubois' battery, Steele's battalion, and the Second Kcompelled to fall back; but at this moment Lieut. Dubois' battery, which had taken position on our which had been detailed to the support of Lieut. Dubois' battery, was during this time brought forted to move down the hill within easy range of Dubois' battery, until they had reached the covered pse of the coolness and accuracy with which Lieut. Dubois handled his guns, and of the valuable servtant Adjutant-General, Army of the West. Lt. Dubois' report. camp near Rolla, Mo., Aug. 17,19529 Capt. Elliot's Co. D, 1st Cav'y,013 Capt. Dubois' Battery,021 First Missouri Volunteers,762munition was now nearly exhausted, and placing Dubois' battery upon the hill at the north end of themoving toward Springfield, under protection of Dubois' battery. The enemy, however, made no attempties of infantry were posted as protection, and Dubois then ordered back with his battery. Still the[17 more...]
ted rapidly, firing as they did so, when Lieutenant Dubois, having got his battery under headway onmunition was now nearly exhausted, and placing Dubois' battery upon the hill at the north end of the raining bullets of Colonel Blair's boys. Lieut. Dubois' battery, four pieces, had also opened on nger of Capt. Plummer and his gallant men, Lieut. Dubois skilfully threw a few shells among their pop and his regular rifle recruits. Totten and Dubois were, meanwhile, firing upon the enemies formin of the corn-field adjacent to the spot where Dubois' shells had burst with such terrible effect upe sent the ambulances toward the city, and Lieut. Dubois' battery back to the hill at the north endmoving toward Springfield, under protection of Dubois' battery. The enemy, however, made no attempties of infantry were posted as protection, and Dubois then ordered back with his battery. Still the, enemy made no demonstration, and not until Dubois was leaving the hill commanding the valley from