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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 22 0 Browse Search
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ichael White, killed; John James, John W. Clark, Granville Garo, George H. Guler, Corporal Hiram Lewis, wounded. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Erix Forsse, Major Fifty-seventh Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Captain Cameron's Report. headquarters Thirty-Ninth Iowa infantry, Kingston, Georgia, October 9, 1864. Lieutenant N. Flansburg, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Third Brigade, Fourth Division, Fifteenth Army Corps. Lieutenant: I have the honor to ounded, one; missing, two; total, eight. Enlisted men: killed, twenty-eight; wounded, sixty-one; missing, sixty-eight; total, one hundred and fifty-seven. Aggregate, one hundred and sixty-five. Very respectfully, your obedient servant Charles A. Cameron, Captain Commanding. Report of Killed, Wounded, and Missing in Battle at Allatoona, Ga., on the fifth day of October, 1864. regiments and batteries.killed.wounded.missing.total.wounded.remarks. Commissioned officers.Enlisted men.Agg
return to St. Louis, which city I reached on the evening of the Friday on which that event took place. It is necessary to state that whilst in Washington, making my application to the Secretary of War for orders to return to my command, Mr. Cameron quite distinctly intimated to me that the affairs of Missouri were under the control and direction of the two brothers Blair, and stated, indeed, that he could not give me orders to return to St. Louis without first knowing how Mr. Montgomery Blrve until such time as in his own discretion and judgment he might think proper to lay the order upon me, and thus annihilate my power as a military man in my own department, the command of which was then to devolve upon my subordinate. How Mr. Cameron, the Secretary of War, or those associated with him, could reconcile it to themselves to be guilty of this act of duplicity, is a matter which must be left for themselves to determine. I have only this to add in relation to it: that during se
rted by the Third division of the Thirteenth army corps, under General Cameron, which reached this point about five P. M., and formed in linesion, Nineteenth army corps, Colonel Fessenden commanding, and General Cameron's division Thirteenth corps, were ordered to cross the river tanding General arrived, and went to the front. I staid near General Cameron's division, the remaining one of General Ransom's command, untnding General to move to the front with all of my infantry. General Cameron started immediately, and arrived on the field, five miles diste placed at my disposal the following forces: My own division, General Cameron's command, General Birge's command, General Arnold's cavalry cade of my division, Colonel Fessenden commanding, supported by General Cameron, commanding a small portion of the Thirteenth army corps, was ted by Colonel Cribbs,--both cavalry commanders,--supported by General Cameron, to pursue the enemy and capture his artillery if possible. T