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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 1, Chapter 8: from the battle of Bull Run to Paducah--Kentucky and Missouri. 1861-1862. (search)
te for Louisville, had been detained beyond Green River by a train thrown from the track. We learnnitely that General Buckner had not crossed Green River at all, that General Sidney Johnston was foo brigades preparing to move forward toward Green River. The daily correspondence between General re not say more. Buckner still is beyond Green River. He sent a detachment of his men, variousl of Buckner's army, which then fell back to Green River, twenty-three miles beyond. These regimentnerally well clad, and provided for. Beyond Green River, the enemy has masked his forces, and it ishey have not thus far advanced this side of Green River, except in marauding parties. This is the ighborhood of Owensboroa, near the mouth of Green River, who are doing good service, also in the nes in danger. Enemy along the railroad from Green River to Bowling Green, Nashville, and Clarksvillt force it would be simple madness to cross Green River, and yet hesitation may be as fatal. In li[1 more...]