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le Federal commander, from his strongholds at Elkwater and on Cheat mountain, by bringing his men to the Huntersville line on the enemy's camp at Elkwater, some 16 miles in front of Valley mountain, aGen. Joseph J. Reynolds, with headquarters at Elkwater. The official returns for October, 1861, gi26 pieces of artillery, stationed at Beverly, Elkwater and Cheat mountain. There are no official res' headquarters and most of his force were at Elkwater, 2,200 feet above tide, 11 miles due north fre of Colonel Burks was to march across to the Elkwater road and follow that, as the left wing of the front. The Federal pickets fell back toward Elkwater, contending all the way with Loring's advanceth, Loring made demonstrations on Reynolds at Elkwater, then, late in the day, retired to Conrad's ahe Federal forces in their Cheat mountain and Elkwater fortifications, and at Huttonsville and Beverct, from Belington, Beverly, Huttonsville and Elkwater, and joined them with those at Cheat mountain[4 more...]