ntuckians, Ohioans and Michiganders.
At Vernon Morgan found himself confronted by the usual hosthat especially impressed the thoughtful men of Morgan's raiders was the dense population, apparentlyt detachments to deceive the Federal officers, Morgan marched swiftly on and on, day and night, nighurnishing no clew as to the route taken by General Morgan, who rode in front.
The direction in whiche Little Miami Railroad, the last point where Morgan thought he would encounter serious oppositionment, of horses is a military necessity.
When Morgan crossed the Ohio River his men were riding finlimentary.
Neither in Indiana nor in Ohio did Morgan's Rough Riders see any bright smiles to haunt them still.
Unfortunately for Morgan his column did not reach Buffington Island until after night dispersion and capture of nearly the whole of Morgan's command.
In the early morning General Mor and enlivening plantation melodies.
When General Morgan had returned to the Ohio shore he saw Box [7 more...]