PolkCheathamJackson, Smith, Maney, Wright, Strahl5
HindmanAnderson, Deas, Manigault3
Hill, D. H.CleburneWood, Polk, eport, placed the principal blame for this failure upon Gen. Hindman, and preferred charges against him, which, upon furthert on the right.
To Longstreet, Bragg gave the division of Hindman of Polk's corps, Johnson's division, Buckner's corps, and he second line, and with Hood's division in a third line.
Hindman's division formed on the left, and about 11.30 a general awhen Johnson's Confederate division, supported by Hood and Hindman, burst through the forest in front and fell upon the movemld be seen advancing and who now followed the fugitives.
Hindman's brigades, diverging to the left, routed the division of ,252
Manigaueft by Gen. Manigault of S. C., who commanded a brigade in Hindman's division.
The construction of the works was only begun