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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the Atlanta campaign. May 3d-September 8th, 1864. (search)
h Pa., Capt. Frederick L. Gimber, Capt. Walter G. Dunn, Capt. Hugh Alexander, Capt. William Geary. Third Brigade, Col. David Ireland, Col. William Rickards, Jr., Col. George A. Cobham, Jr., Col. David Ireland: 60th N. Y., Col. Abel Godard, Capt. Thomas Elliott, Col. Abel Godard, Capt. Thomas Elliott; 78th N. Y., Consolidated with 102d New York July 12th. Lieut.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, Col. Herbert von Hammerstein; 102d N. Y., Col. James C. Lane, Maj. Lewis R. Stegman, Capt. Barent Van BurenCapt. Thomas Elliott; 78th N. Y., Consolidated with 102d New York July 12th. Lieut.-Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, Col. Herbert von Hammerstein; 102d N. Y., Col. James C. Lane, Maj. Lewis R. Stegman, Capt. Barent Van Buren, Col. Herbert von Hammerstein; 137th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Koert S. Van Voorhis; 149th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Charles B. Randall, Col. Henry A. Barnum; 29th Pa., Col. William Rickards, Jr., Maj. Jesse R. Millison, Lieut.-Col. Thomas M. Walker, Capt. John H. Goldsmith, Capt. Benjamin F. Zarracher, Lieut.-Col. Samuel M. Zulich; 111th Pa., Col. George A. Cobham, Jr., Lieut.-Col. Thomas M. Walker, Col. G. A. Cobham, Jr., Lieut.-Col. T. M. Walker. Artillery, Capt. William Wheeler, Capt. Charles C. Aleshire
verage number unfit for duty being less than one in one hundred. The daily report of the regiment has been no casualties. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, S. Merrill, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Seventieth Indiana Vols. Major Elliott's Report. History of the Sixtieth regiment New-York veteran volunteers, from September second to December twenty-first, 1864: First. From the second to the fourteenth of September, the regiment was occupied, in pursuance to orders,n. History will record the results as a monumental record to the master mind conceiving it. A grateful nation await with a hearty greeting for the willing hearts and strong arms that have executed. Respectfully, your obedient servant, Thomas Elliott, Major Commanding Sixtieth Regiment New York Veteran Volunteers. Lieutenant G. W. Clark's Report. History of the command of the One Hundred and Ninth regiment Pennsylvania veteran volunteers, from November fifteenth to December tw
artillery fire alone, unaided by musketry. This is the only instance I have ever known of infantry being broken by artillery fire at long range. It speaks badly for the courage of Burnside's men. Captain Carter says, The next movement of the enemy was to advance a heavy column on the extreme right, bearing down on what I supposed to have been the right wing of A. P. Hill's division. Our troops gave way entirely before the column. With three pieces of my battery, aided by two of Lieutenant Elliott's, this column was shattered and driven back, without the assistance (so far as I know) of any infantry whatever. Generals D. H. Hill and Rodes witnessed the firing. Our troops advanced, now, on the extreme right, and Burnside's whole corps was driven back. This virtually closed the operations of the day. But a movement of a rather farcical character now took place. General Pryor had gathered quite a respectable force behind a stone wall, on the Hagerstown road, and Colonel G. T. A
II., 273. Elkhorn, Ark., L. 365. Elkhorn Tavern Ark. I., 358. Elkins, J. A., VII., 207. Elkins Ferry, Ark., II., 352. Ellerson's Mill, Va., I., 319, 322, 364, 366. Ellet, A. W.: I., 240; VI., 35, 69, 151, 209, 314, 316. Ellet, C., Jr. I., 223, 236, 239 seq., 240 Seq., 241, 242; death of, I., 246; VI., 35, 83, 220. Ellet, C. R., VI., 151, 220, 318. Ellet, J. A., VI., 151. Elliot, S., Jr. I., 100, III., 191; VI., 272; X., 157. Elliott, Thomas Vii., 181. Elliott, W. L.: III., 318: X., 87. Elliott Grays, Virginia Sixth Inf., VIII., 383. Elliott's Salient, Petersburg, Va. , III., 193, 195, 205. Ellis,, C. S. S., I., 356. Ellis Ford, Va., Federal court martial at VII., 181. Ellis's Bluffs, La., II., 181. Ellsworth, A. A.: IV, 148; VIII., 362. Ellsworth, E. E.: I., 346, 351 seq.; a facsimile of last letter of, I., 351; VI., 94; IX., 346. Elmira, N. Y.: prison at, VII., 77;