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as our line could be formed, we rode forward at The inadequate redoubt at Johnsonville When, most unexpectedly, the Confederate General Nathan B. Forrest appeared on the bank opposite Johnsonville, Tennessee, November 4, 1864, and began firing across the Tennessee River, a distance of about four hundred yards, the fortificable for many miles, and soon the explosions of fixed ammunition, with Johnsonville. When General Forrest swooped down on Johnsonville the landings and banksJohnsonville the landings and banks, several acres in extent, were piled high with freight for Sherman's army. There were several boats and barges yet unloaded for want of room. Forrest captured U. Sraids which imperiled the stores of the Union armies. The evacuation of Johnsonville after Forrest's successful raid The evacuation of Johnsonville after ForreJohnsonville after Forrest's successful raid which a number of wagons were loaded, sounded along the valley road, not unlike the firing of artillery in action. General Rosecrans expressed