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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reminiscences of Hood's Tennessee campaign. (search)
ove, and intercept the rear of Schofield at Spring Hill, twelve miles in rear, on the Franklin pikenoon, we reached the beautiful country near Spring Hill. I remember distinctly the beautiful dayas we got in sight of the little village of Spring Hill the old rugged veterans of Cheatham's corpsion. The Federals only had one division at Spring Hill, numbering about four thousand men, while wlside overlooking the fertile fields around Spring Hill, and expected, in vain, to at least see theheatham was ordered by General Hood to take Spring Hill and cut off Schofield, every necessary suppre were quite a number of trees just around Spring Hill, the battle would have been largely in a cooodland. Schofield's command did not reach Spring Hill until 11 o'clock at night, and it would havam mainly responsible for the misfortune at Spring Hill, yet General Hood did not escape censure. ful but for the fatal action or inaction at Spring Hill. I am well aware that we can look back a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The lost opportunity at Spring Hill, Tenn.--General Cheatham's reply to General Hood. (search)
ham was preparing a paper on the failure at Spring Hill, and requested us not to publish his paper m Rutherford's creek neither the village of Spring Hill nor the turnpike could be seen. Instead of advancing directly upon Spring Hill his forward movement was a little south of west and almost parf the advance brigade, and lead the army to Spring Hill. * * * I rode with my staff to Cheatham's rvement of wagons and men in the vicinity of Spring Hill. Moreover, from the crossing at Duck rivered up to within three-quarters of a mile of Spring Hill. Only a mirage would have made possible tho time in gaining possession of the pike at Spring Hill. It was reported back that he was about toeneral Cheatham to make the night attack at Spring Hill, and censured him in severe terms for his discovered a line of the enemy thrown out of Spring Hill, across and threatening my right flank, andear of that division to the neighborhood of Spring Hill, a distance of twelve miles. After moving r[22 more...]