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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 13: invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania-operations before Petersburg and in the Shenandoah Valley. (search)
the road turns at an acute angle and is very narrow, a large number of prisoners were taken from Early. This bridge was choked by the fugitives, and there was no other way for them to reach the shelter of the works on the summit of the Hill. The sycamore tree seen at the left was an Auak of the primitive forest, twenty feet in circumference. the lines thrown up by Early well preserved. And from that eminence we had a very extended view of the rolling valley in the direction of Winchester, overlooking Strasburg at our feet, and Middletown a little beyond, with the lofty range of the Blue Ridge on our right, and the Massanutten Mountains nearer. We supped at Strasburg that evening, and at nine o'clock took passage in a crowded stage-coach for Harrisonburg, fifty miles up the valley. See page 400, volume II. Let us here leave, in winter quarter, the troops destined to capture Richmond and Lee's ar and consider the events of the important campaign of Geneal Sherman in Georgia.
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 14: Sherman's campaign in Georgia. (search)
Chapter 14: Sherman's campaign in Georgia. The opposing armies in Northern Georgia, 374. Sherman's advance battSherman's advance battle of Resaca, 375. the Nationals in possession of Resaca flight and pursuit of the Confederates, 376. a series of battles misfortunes of Stoneman's command, 388 reorganization of Sherman's Army Hood flanked at Atlanta, 389. Second battle of Atles at Jonesboroa, 392. Hood's flight from Atlanta, 393. Sherman in Atlanta, 394. Sherman and the people of Atlanta, 395. Sherman and the people of Atlanta, 395. Hood on Sherman's communications, 396. battle of Allatoona Pass, 397. Hood chased into Northern Alabama by Sherman, 398. Sherman's communications, 396. battle of Allatoona Pass, 397. Hood chased into Northern Alabama by Sherman, 398. Sherman's preparations for a March to the sea, 399. the author's visit to the scenes of the campaign from Chattanooga to AtlSherman, 398. Sherman's preparations for a March to the sea, 399. the author's visit to the scenes of the campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta, 401, 402, 403, 404. At the same time when the Army of the Potomac moved from the Rapid Anna toward Richmond, at the Sherman's preparations for a March to the sea, 399. the author's visit to the scenes of the campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta, 401, 402, 403, 404. At the same time when the Army of the Potomac moved from the Rapid Anna toward Richmond, at the beginning of May, 1864. General William T. Sherman, who had succeeded General Grant in the command of the Military Division