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John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Chapter XVI (search)
in transitu from Nashville to Chattanooga. In like manner, we have large supplies in Nashville, and if they be well guarded, and Hood can't get our supplies, he can't stay in Tennessee long. General Schofield will go to you as rapidly as cars can take him. I have no doubt, after the emergency is past, and the enemy has done us considerable damage, reinforcements will pour to you more than can be provided for or taken care of. In the meantime do your best. I will leave here to-morrow for Kingston, and keep things moving toward the south; therefore hold fast all new troops coming to you, excepting such as are now at Chattanooga, to whom I will give orders. Yet in his letter to Grant, five days later, Sherman reverts to the original plan: On the supposition, always, that Thomas can hold the line of the Tennessee. November 7, Sherman telegraphed Grant: . . . On that day [November 10] or the following, if affairs should remain as now in Tennessee, I propose to begin the movement
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Index (search)
Kimball, Maj.-Gen., Nathan, his troops at Spring Hill, 173; at Franklin, 175; placed between Duck River and Rutherford's Creek, 214; movement to Franklin, 216; battle of Nashville, 263 King, Brig.-Gen. Rufus, entertains S. at Rome, 393 Kingston, Ga., Sherman at, 320 Kinston, N. C., capture of, 346 Kissimmee River, the, military operations on, 23 Klamath Reservation, the, the Modocs on, 435, 436 Knights of St. Patrick, Sherman's speech to, mentioned, 441 Knoxville, Tenn., S, 314, 323 et seq.; innocence of ravages after Lee's surrender, 314; share in the subjection of the South, 314, 315; at Cartersville, 315; theory of war, 317; at Rome, 318; at Gaylesville, 318; to destroy railroads in Georgia, 319, 322; moves to Kingston, 320; burns Rome, 321; moves from Atlanta, 322; impatience, 322; military genius, 324, 330-342, 344, 355-358; his policy indorsed by success, 323; relations with and opinions of Grant, 324, 337, :347, 348, 357, 358, 443, 479, 543; at Gaylesburg,