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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Chapter 14: Charleston and Savannah. (search)
tations. It was the famous and fertile valley of the Combahee, devoted to rice culture. The negro quarters and mills had been burned by our advance. After crossing a bridge over the river, we moved on a mile and rested after a march of twelve miles. With fine weather again, on the 17th the Fifty-fourth marched at 9 A. M. toward Ashepoo, which being only eight miles distant and the road excellent, we reached at 1 P. M. There we camped near the railroad bridge on the plantation of Col. Charles Warley. The mansion of this gentleman of wealth and prominence had been plundered by the first comers; and fine books, furniture, and household effects were strewn about, making a sad scene of wastage and pitiless destruction. Reveille was sounded by the Fifty-fourth bugles at sunrise on the 18th. Foraging parties brought in immense quantities of corn, poultry, sweet potatoes, and honey. Many of the field-hands were found on the plantations, and our coming was welcomed with joyful demo
. Wando River, S. C., 192. Wappoo Creek, S. C., 53. Wappoo Cut, 310. War Department, 2, 96, 141, 179, 181, 194, 220, 268. Ward, R. C. A., schooner, 150. Ward, S. G., 15. Ward, W. H., 123. Wardens, 223, 226. Waring, P. H., 88. Warley, Charles, 278. Warley, F. F. 120. Wateree Bridge, S. C., 289. Wateree Junction, 296, 306. Waters, R. P., 16. Waterston, Mrs. R. C., 16. Way, C. H., 56. Webb, A. F., 111. Webster, Frederick H., 233, 237, 272, 318. Webster, Moses F., 291, 30Warley, F. F. 120. Wateree Bridge, S. C., 289. Wateree Junction, 296, 306. Waters, R. P., 16. Waterston, Mrs. R. C., 16. Way, C. H., 56. Webb, A. F., 111. Webster, Frederick H., 233, 237, 272, 318. Webster, Moses F., 291, 304. Weed, Harriet A., steamer, 41, 46. Weehawken, monitor, 46, 128, 140. Welch, Frank M., 296, 315, 317. Weld, William F., 15. Wesley, John, 45. Wessells, Henry W., 195. Whaley plantation, 285, Wheaton, John F., 167. White, Battery, 290. White, J. H., 293. White Point, S. C., 208. Whitemarsh Island, Ga., 158. Whitfield, sutler, 177. Whiting, William, 179. Whitney, Alonzo B., 255. Whitney, William L., Jr., 276, 291, 297, 302, 305, 314, 316, 317. Wild, Edward A., 24, 108.