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post from Rome. General Corse had reached Allatoona with a brigade during the night of the fourtotifying him of my presence. The defence of Allatoona by General Corse was admirably conducted, an, struck the railroad between that place and Allatoona, and, with a part of his force at least, was moving on Allatoona. General Sherman signalled from Kenesaw, the telegraph wires having been cut by the enemy, for General Corse to move to Allatoona at once with his whole command. General Corench, peremptorily demanded the surrender of Allatoona, to avoid a needless effusion of blood. Gen front that the enemy, probably still having Allatoona in mind, did not attack him except with a skcampaign, and parts of which were located at Allatoona and Resaca, had concentrated near Cartersvilithful service, and for special gallantry at Allatoona, where he was severely wounded. I recommentinued on the main road leading through the Allatoona Pass to the Etowah River. This point was re[6 more...]
g the month of September, the following-named regiments were detached from the division or mustered out of service: The First Wisconsin, Tenth Wisconsin, and Fifteenth Kentucky. The entire Second brigade was detached about the last of September and ordered to Lookout Mountain. On the third of October, I commenced the campaign against the rebel army under Hood, who had gone to our rear and was operating on our communications. The march was continued daily, via Marietta, Kenesaw Mountain, Allatoona, Kingston, Rome, Resaca, Snake Creek, Georgia; Ship's Gap, Summerville, and Chattoogaville to Galesville, Alabama, where we remained from October twenty-first to October twenty-eighth, during which the troops and animals were subsisted almost exclusively by foraging on the country. At Galesville, the Third brigade was sent out to search for one Gatewood and his band of guerrillas. But Colonel Hambright, confining himself altogether to the main roads, failed to accomplish any useful res
, and the road torn up three miles south of Allatoona, and on the following day, (October third,) ving been destroyed) that Hood was moving on Allatoona, thence to Rome. Large fires were discovereamme, and I immediately got ready to move to Allatoona with the division, as soon as the cars arrivthe time the railroad was destroyed south of Allatoona,leaving between the two points but two locomers Fourth division, Fifteenth army corps, Allatoona, Ga., 8.30 A. M., October 5, 1864. Major-Generants of this command in the engagement at Allatoona, Georgia, October fifth, 1864, and also of the ma line, and the train moved forward, reaching Allatoona about ten A. M. Here I found the Seventh Iowced on the train. The regiment started from Allatoona on the afternoon of the seventh, and arrived command were unloaded and moved directly to Allatoona, arriving about eight P. M., several hours ar fourth, 1864, and proceeded by rail to Allatoona, Georgia, a distance of thirty-five (35) miles, a[19 more...]