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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 4: campaign of the Army of the Cumberland from Murfreesboro'to Chattanooga. (search)
st, commanded respectively by Generals Thomas, McCook, and A. McDowell McCook. Crittenden, anA. McDowell McCook. Crittenden, and a reserve and cavalry corps. The division commanders were as follows:--Fourteenth Army Corps--Flling copiously, the whole army moved forward, McCook on the right, Thomas in the center, and Critte, now moved forward in support of the corps of McCook and Thomas. Rosecrans's plans were quickly and successfully executed. McCook moved early in the morning June 24. toward Shelbyville, with Sheil Reynolds came up and secured it. Meanwhile, McCook's troops, that turned toward Liberty Gap, withNegley and Baird by Tantallon and Crow Creek. McCook's moved to the right of the railway, Johnson's toward Chattanooga, called McLemore's Clove. McCook also crossed, advanced to Valley Head, and tooe Confederates at Lafayette. At the same time McCook was to press on farther south, to Broomtown Vacrans. His cavalry on the right, supported by McCook's corps, descended Lookout Mountain, reconnoit[5 more...]