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Chapter 4: Iuka and Second Corinth General Rosecrans misrepresented. Hostile critic
cularly distinguished himself in the battles of Iuka and Corinth, in the autumn following the first Corinth, while General Price seized the town of Iuka, which was promptly abandoned by a small garris Ord to Corinth, and moved him by Burnsville on Iuka, by the main road twenty-six miles. General Gra the south, via Jacinto, with orders to approach Iuka by the two main roads coming into Iuka from theIuka from the south, viz., the Jacinto and Fulton roads.
On the 18th General Ord encountered the enemy about four miles out of Iuka.
His orders contemplated that he should not make a serious attack until Rosec of the last-named officer will show:
Iuka, Miss., September 20, 1862. To Major-General Hall d to collect our strength to move upon Price at Iuka, in two columns; the one to the right of the ra took place about two weeks after the action at Iuka, General Sherman is still more unjust to Genera [1 more...] [1 more...]