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nia, beside the Maryland campaign which culminated at Antietam. Its next important campaign was that of Chancellorsville, and then came the Gettysburg campaign. The scene of its activities was then transferred to the West, where it fought at Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. It was with Sherman in the Atlanta campaign, marched with him to the sea, and returned to Washington with the Army of Georgia in time for the Grand Review. Headquarters first brigade horse artillery,me a major August 1, 1861, colonel September 13, 1861, and brevet brigadier-general of volunteers August 1, 1864, for gallant and meritorious service, in the campaign before Richmond, and in the Shenandoah Valley. the Federal army retired to Chattanooga. The Confederate victory had been dearly bought. Sherman started his campaign with fifty-three batteries of two hundred and fifty-four guns. For most of the time the weather was almost as great an antagonist as the Confederates. Crossing
t's and Banks' campaigns, by larger garrisons, pushed in from the field. All of these stronger places had to be taken by the process of regular siege. When Bragg retired from Murfreesboro, he entrenched several lines between that place and Chattanooga, but Rosecrans, by consummate strategic skill, turned him out of all of them without fighting serious battles. On the battlefield of Chickamauga, the infantry and artillery of Thomas' wing of the Federal army stood like a rock behind entrenchearth is loose. Gabions are also useful for revetments from their perpendicularity; through sand-bags, a foot or two might be added to their height. in the open, was repulsed, but later sat down behind entrenchments in front of Rosecrans at Chattanooga, and almost starved out the Federal army before it could be relieved. Grant attacked Bragg to drive him off. Hooker was successful at Lookout Mountain, but Sherman did not make any headway against the right of the Confederate army, being ch
, and though they had no regular engineer troops under them, the volunteers who received training from these officers proved their worth. Their labors at Chattanooga, Tennessee, under Captain (afterward Colonel) Merrill, rendered that important position impregnable. Knoxville, Tennessee, likewise withstood terrific onslaughts, h the West, Forts Henry and Donelson and Vicksburg are names that are held in memory as demonstrating the high achievements of the Engineer Corps. Its labors at Chattanooga, under Colonel Merrill, rendered that important position impregnable. The work at Knoxville likewise withstood terrific onslaught. At Nashville the skill of tout the Atlanta campaign Sherman showed implicit confidence in his engineers. Work of the western engineer corps building a bridge: after the battles at Chattanooga All done but the draw: building a bridge that spans the Tennessee River Building a bridge. Building a bridge. The draw in place: a sp
roads and the Cumberland River, thence by rail to Chattanooga, a secondary base, and by a single-track railroadeffectives killed and wounded, it concentrated at Chattanooga. The Confederates under Bragg held the south ban at Bridgeport there was a haul of sixty miles to Chattanooga. Twenty-six miles of railroad, including the lon from a freshet the first flat-bottomed boat, the Chattanooga, which carried 45,000 rations up to Kelley's Ferr over the rough mountain-roads from Bridgeport to Chattanooga was no longer whitened with the bones of the suffy for a short time that supplies were kept out of Chattanooga. So confident did Sherman become during his grea the war. The hard schools of Virginia and around Chattanooga had prepared the railroad corps to initiate greates of road from Louisville, through Nashville and Chattanooga, to Atlanta, 288 miles of which were constantly ss again took the field, reconstructed the road to Chattanooga, then to Atlanta, and later extended it to Decatu