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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 19: the repossession of Alabama by the Government. (search)
Dauphin Street. The movable forces under Canby's command, had been organized into brigades, cing Hood out of Tennessee, was ordered to join Canby. It was then cantoned at Eastport. Early in he north, through Alabama, simultaneously with Canby's attack on Mobile. The corps finally moved a April 1. where he received supplies from General Canby, sent in seventy-five wagons in charge of anish Fort, seven miles due east from Mobile. Canby perceived the necessity of reducing this work March 28, 1865. a siege was formally begun. Canby had established his lines at distances of thre were at short range from the fort. At length Canby determined to make a grand assault by a concent every avenue of approach. In front of these Canby formed a strong line of battle, with additionaanger followed the army into the city, and General Canby and his staff entered soon afterward. Agro with dispatches from General Wilson to General Canby, carefully sewed up in the collar of his v[5 more...]