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Oliver Otis Howard, Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general , United States army : volume 2, Chapter 39: General Hood's northward march; Sherman in pursuit; battle of Allatoona (search)
ridge over the Etowah River not far north of Allatoona and have it broken up; also to send one of his divisions to disable the railroad about Allatoona, and, if possible, seize and destroy the depotes, the first, to wit: Commanding Officers, Allatoona, Kingston, and Rome: The enemy moving on with General Raum in attacking the enemy at Allatoona direct. J. M. Corse, Brigadier General. quarters Fourth Division, Fifteenth Corps, Allatoona, Ga., 8.30 a.m., October 5, 1864. Major Generalt. Also the following: Commanding Officer, Allatoona: Sherman says hold fast; we are coming. saw Mountain, October 5th. Near you. Tell Allatoona hold on. Sherman says he is working hard forof special gallantry in heroically defending Allatoona, Brigadier General John M. Corse was awardede rest of our comrades in arms who fought at Allatoona, for the glorious manner in which they vetoes of the failure of the Confederates to take Allatoona, and also the prevention of Armstrong's cava[8 more...]
Oliver Otis Howard, Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general , United States army : volume 2, Chapter 40: return to Atlanta; the March to the sea; Battle of Griswoldville, ga. (search)
ad completely disabled was about twenty-two miles in extent. November 13, 1864, my army broke camp and proceeded from Smyrna Camp Ground to Atlanta. We chose a place for concentration at a railroad station south of the city, then called White Hall, situated about halfway to East Point. Corse arrived the evening of the 14th. John E. Smith's division, that had been guarding the railroad during the greater part of our Atlanta campaign, portions of which had been stationed at Resaca and Allatoona, concentrated at Cartersville, then marching on southward, also joined us the morning of the 14th. Thus again my own field command was gathered together. Of course, by breaking up our lines of communication the effective force was increased. Besides these additions, an encouraging number of sick recovered, and recruits brought from the North joined the different regiments, so that my effective troops were in the neighborhood of 33,000. My army did not witness the destruction of Atlanta
Index I indicates Vol. I; II indicates Vol. II; hyphen (-) indicates a pages inclusive between figures given. Abercrombie, John J., I, 233, 235. Abbott, Lyman, 1, 269. Achron, E. O., II, 586. Adairsville, Battle of, I, 521-527. Adams, John Quincy, 11, 282, 321. Aiken, Hugh K., 11, 133. Alaska, Trip to, II, 468-484. Alden, B. R., I, 51, 53, 54. Alexander, A. J., II, 8. Alexander, E. P., I, 95. Alger, Russell A., II, 569, 572. Allatoona, Battle of, 11, 56-63. Alley, John W., I, 44. Alvord, J. W., II, 271. Ames, Adelbert, I, 349, 383, 386, 424, 429. Ames, John, I, 7. Amick, Myron J., II, 83, 139. Anderson, George B., 1, 300. Anderson, George W., 11, 91. Anderson, I. S., II, 587. Anderson, R. H., I, 275, 289, 331, 351, 356, 358, 359, 367, 369. Anderson, Robert, I, 96. Andrew, John A., I, 124. Andrews, George L., 1, 341. Andrews, Sidney, II, 440. Antietam, Battle of, I, 286-306. Appleton & Co., D., II, 556. Arc