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Chapter 15: capture of Fort Donelson and battle of Shiloh. Grant's message to Halleck.
ture of Fort Henry still urged him to take Fort Donelson; that is, to get the control of the Tennes ich he deemed sufficient for the attack on Fort Donelson.
Reinforcements were rapidly coming in fr for the return of the gun-boats to attack Fort Donelson.
This fortification was the strongest m rprise at meeting with such a reception at Fort Donelson after having made such short work with For ry of this kind.
The fall of Forts Henry and Donelson compelled the Confederates to change their pl the Carondelet upon the reconnoissance at Fort Donelson, but the flag-officer himself.
And as he co-operate with the latter in an attack on Fort Donelson, situated on the west bank of the Cumberla ted as having resulted in the surrender of Fort Donelson, by our highest possible naval authorities oats remained until after the surrender of Fort Donelson, which took place on Sunday, February 16th [16 more...]