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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 10, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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s, but a portion of Hill's and Longstreet's, were across the river, being on the west side of the west fork of the Chickamauga, which is a very tortuous stream, its general direction running north by east. Our position was in the extreme north-west corner of Georgia, about eight miles west of Ringgold, and seven miles south of Chattanooga. The battle-ground extended from the right, four miles from the Tennessee State line, and across the boundary line of the counties of Catoosa and Walker, in Georgia, to about six miles, near Lee and Gordon's Mills on our left. The nature of the ground is undulating and heavily timbered with oak and a thick undergrowth. Toward the west, approaching Missionary Ridge, the ground becomes broken into hills and valleys. Our line of battle rested on the bends of the river, forming an obtuse angle, and was formed that morning without much regard to corps organization as follows: General Walker's corps, composed of Liddell's and Gist's divisions, the fo
sa, Va; George W Grantham, Jefferson, Va; James A Johnston, Betetourt, Va; William C. Day and J Cary Jordan, Isle of Wight, Va; John W Williams, Mathews, Va; N Mills Corven, Caroline, Va; Poland Steiner, Ga; Edmund K Goldsborough, Talbot, Md; Ed L Bardwell, Marengo, Alabama; George S. Seymour, Smart, Georgia; John G. Moore, Marango and Alabama; Nathaniel A Kitchell, Henderson, Ky; Thos D Whiteside, S. C; Wm H Bell, Nicholas, Ky; Wm P Braver, New Orleans, La; Samuel E Lewis, Washington, D C; Asa F Glover; Ala; Geo H Case, New Orleans, La; Geo A Penny, Abbeville, S C; John Berry, Orange, N. C.; Charles W Truchert, Galveston, Texas; Gabriel H. Cox, Nelson, Ky; Andrew H Benson, Mo; John R Parker, S C; Thos I Webb, Wilson, Tenn; Luke W Smith, Miss; Frederick Peck, Green, Ala; Jas A Fogle, Muscogee, Ga; Wm N Hides, Wake, N C; Walter L Withers, Campbell, S C; Jno W Caldwell, Jr, Charleston, S C; Martin Williams, New Orleans, La; Geo C Daniel, Madison, Ga; and J Wilson Clements, Walker, Ga.