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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.54 (search)
rences and vicissitudes of the battle. Two streams, Lick and Owl Creeks, taking their rise very near each othek, as the land rises highest and ridge like near Lick Creek. Adjoining the river, these ravines, deep and water's side, lay three miles below the mouth of Lick Creek. Two roads leading from Corinth, crossing Lick CrLick Creek about a mile apart, converge together about two miles from the landing. Other roads also approach from alleftward in the direction of Stuart's Brigade, on Lick Creek. Five of Hurlbut's regiments had fought at Fors he heard the inauguration of the battle, across Lick Creek, and, pressing up, held it on the Confederate rigmassed on the Confederate right in the quarter of Lick Creek. General Bragg also, as he tells us, was there inc made above Pittsburg Landing by the junction of Lick Creek with the Tennessee River. As the attack was madelpless, in the angle formed between the river and Lick Creek, or dispersed along under the river bank, between