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e defender of Savannah: General Hardee. Fort McAllister--the last barrier to the sea From Savay, and determined that after he had taken Fort McAllister he would make a combination with the nava of the Ogeechee and to assault and carry Fort McAllister by storm. He was well informed as to theship. Waterfront at Savannah, 1865 Fort McAllister, that held the fleet at bay saw a man wie up the river and signaled the query: Is Fort McAllister taken? To which Sherman sent reply: Not ven he A big gun at Fort McAllister Fort McAllister is at last in complete possession of the rows, gathering up everything of value in Fort McAllister to swell the size of Sherman's Christmas troops settled down to the occupation of Fort McAllister where the bravely fighting little Confedeworld by the blockade. By the capture of Fort McAllister, which crowned the march to the sea, Sherabout fifteen thousand men. And there was Fort McAllister on the Ogeechee, protecting the city on t[9 more...]
e defender of Savannah: General Hardee. Fort McAllister--the last barrier to the sea From Savand powerful batteries held the river, and Fort McAllister, ten miles to the south, on the Ogeechee,ship. Waterfront at Savannah, 1865 Fort McAllister, that held the fleet at bay saw a man wie up the river and signaled the query: Is Fort McAllister taken? To which Sherman sent reply: Not an, the parapets were blue with our men. Fort McAllister was taken. The fifteen minutes fightof the time. But even he A big gun at Fort McAllister Fort McAllister is at last in completeFort McAllister is at last in complete possession of the Federals, and a group of the men who had charged over these ramparts has arrangerows, gathering up everything of value in Fort McAllister to swell the size of Sherman's Christmas federates to protect the land approach to Fort McAllister, which was much less strongly defensible Federals. Sherman's troops dismantling Fort McAllister harvests of corn and vegetables, but ra[9 more...]
Twentieth Corps of Sherman's army; Confed., Gen. W. J. Hardee's command. Losses: Union, 200 killed and wounded; Confed. (estimate), 800 killed, wounded, and missing. December 12-21, 1864: Federal raid from Bean's Station, Tenn., to Saltville, Va., including Abingdon, Glade Springs, and Marion. Union, Stoneman's Cav.; Confed., Gen. J. C. Breckinridge's command. Losses: Union, 20 killed, 123 wounded; Confed., 126 wounded, 500 missing. December 13, 1864: Fort McAllister, Ga. Union, Second Division of Fifteenth Corps; Confed., Garrison commanded by Maj. W. G. Anderson. Losses: Union, 24 killed, 110 wounded; Confed., 48 killed and wounded, 200 missing. December 15-16, 1864: Nashville, Tenn. Union, Fourth Corps; First and Third Divisions Thirteenth Corps; Twenty-third Corps; Wilson's Cav., and detachments colored troops, convalescents; Confed., Gen. J. B. Hood's army. Losses: Union, 387 killed, 2558 wounded; Confed., 4462 kil