1863. Second division. （Fourth Corps, Army of the Cumberland.) Major-General Philip H. Sheridan. first brigade. Colonel Francis T. Sherman. First Demi-Brigade, Colonel Silas Miller. Second Demi-Brigade, Colonel Bernard Laiboldt. Second Missouri, Lieuforward in pursuit, and drove those in his front who had escaped capture across Chickamauga Creek.
Report of Colonel Francis T. Sherman, Commanding first brigade.
When within ten yards of the crest, our men seemed to be thrown forward as if by left of the Fifty-Eighth Indiana Volunteers.
Report of Colonel Charles G. Harker, Third brigade.
My right and Colonel Sherman's left interlocked, so to speak, as we approached the summit, and it was near this point that I saw the first part of my line gain the crest.
This was done by a few brave men of my own and Colonel Sherman's command driving the enemy from his intrenchments.
The gap thus opened, our men rushed rapidly in, and the enemy, loth to give up their position, still remai