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The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Index (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 2 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 1 1 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3., chapter 7.83 (search)
ctory after a stubborn fight of an hour and a half, and promptly retired with his prisoners and some wagons, animals, and stores. While he was retiring, the advance of a brigade of reenforcements under Colonel John M. Harlan, coming up from Castalian Springs, reached Hartsville and attacked the Confederate rear-guard. The Union loss was: k, 58; w, 204; m, 1834,--total, 2096. The Confederate loss was 139 in all. Colonel Moore was taken prisoner and his assistant adjutant-general, Captain W. G. Gholson, was killed.--editors. I have been present in my life at many marriages, religious and civil, but only once did I witness one purely military, and never one with which I was so much impressed as that of John H. Morgan. A few days before the battle of Stone's River his marriage ceremony was performed at the house of the bride. General Bragg and his staff, with a few of Morgan's comrades, were gathered as witnesses in the front parlor. General Polk, Bishop of Louisiana, performed
ery Ridge, IX., 225; Devil's Den, Confederate sharpshooter killed at, IX., 225; dedication, IX., 255; campaign, IX., 313, 346, 350; complete plan of battles, X., 68, 116, 156; percentage table of Federal losses at, X., 124 seq. Gettysburg, J. J. Roche, IX., 204. Gettysburg, E. C Stedman, IX., 24. Gettysburg!—a battle ode, G. P. Lathrop, IX., 218-226. Gettysburg address, A. Lincoln, II., 234. Gettysburg,, U. S. S., III., 342. Gholson, S. J., X., 275. Gholson, W. G.: III., 342; IV., 132. Gibbon, J.: I., 309; II., 88, 237, 320, 328; III., 87; IX., 193; X., 192. Gibbons, J. S., IX., 344. Gibbs, A., IV., 242. Gibbs, G. C., VII., 84. Gibbs, W., VII., 330. Gibraltar of the West, Vicksburg, Miss., II., 188. Gibson, H., VII., 20. Gibson, H. G.: Third United States Art., I., 281; II., 90; V., 33. Gibson, R. L., II., 348; X., 273. Giesboro: near Washington, D. C., IV., 33; cavalry depot at, IV.,