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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
Although he is without guides, he fortunately reaches the road leading from Tracy City to Pelham, and returns on the 30th, by way of Hillsborough, to Manchester, wiut on the same day for Hillsborough, so as to head off the enemy's columns at Tracy City if they attempt to reach the valley of the Sequatchie River. The direct andhe magazines at Stevenson were full: he wanted to form an additional depot at Tracy City, where, however, it was not intended that the army should pass. It became ne taken in the first days of July; that is to say, on the north the route from Tracy City to Jasper, and thence, along the right bank, to Kelley's Ferry, where it cros A third route, running diagonally, connected the other two. Descending from Tracy City by Battle Creek, it went up the right bank to a point opposite Shell Mound, w three columns: Wood, on the right, leaving Hillsborough and Pelham, made for Tracy City, whence he proceeded upward to the north as far as Purden, where he entered t