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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
ascends the grade of the Barrens, touches at Tullahoma, descends into the valley of Elk River, whics established his depots and Headquarters at Tullahoma, an important station, but for good reasons he rear of his Army Bragg has established at Tullahoma a vast camp with intrenchments which protectd easily recross Duck River and fall back on Tullahoma while checking the advance of the assailants all, to cause the left wing to fall back on Tullahoma, while the right shall check the advance of that stream. Bragg was waiting for them at Tullahoma, where Forrest had just arrived. In order tultaneous advance of his three corps against Tullahoma: the Fourteenth shall take a position in theunded, this brigade also is driven back upon Tullahoma. This time the movement of the Federals is emy. At the same moment some inhabitants of Tullahoma come out to the outposts and communicate thens of Sheridan, Brannan, and Reynolds occupy Tullahoma: they will resume their march on the ensuing[11 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the siege of Chattanooga. (search)
a whole army which was going to throw its weight into the decisive struggle near Chattanooga. But Halleck, fearing to overtax the Louisville and Bridgeport line via Nashville, had directed Sherman to restore beyond Corinth the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, so as to use it to bring in supplies and provisions. The army was therefore obliged to regulate its march by the progress of this reconstruction. From the first days in October, Hooker had ranged his two corps en ├ęchelon between Tullahoma and Bridgeport, to occupy the pass of the Cumberland Mountains and protect the railway employed for supplying the army collected at Chattanooga. But while he saved it from immediate famine, he yet did not afford it the means of either extricating itself or accumulating provisions for the winter. Rosecrans, under whose orders Hooker was placed, also found it was impossible to bring him to Chattanooga, where the consumption by his troops would have increased the scarcity of food, and equa
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the Editor. (search)
, Battery I Temporarily attached to Second division, Fourth army corps.Capt. Hubert Dilger. 1st Ohio Light, Battery KLieut. Nicholas Sahm. 4th United States, Battery G Temporarily attached to Second division, Fourth army corps.Lieut. Christopher F. Merkle. Twelfth army corps. the first division engaged in guarding the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad from Wartrace Bridge, Tenn., to Bridgeport, Ala., etc. Maj.-gen. H. W. Slocum, commanding the corps, had headquarters at Tullahoma, Tenn. Second division. Brig.-gen. John W. Geary. First Brigade. Col. Charles Candy. Col. William R. Creighton. Col. Thomas J. Ahl. 5th OhioCol. John H. Patrick. 7th OhioCol. William R. Creighton. Lieut.-col. Orrin J. Crane. Capt. Ernest J. Kreiger. 29th OhioCol. William F. Fitch. 66th OhioLieut.-col. Eugene Powell. Capt. Thomas McConnell. 28th PennsylvaniaCol. Thomas J. Ahl. Capt. John Flynn. 147th PennsylvaniaLieut.-col. Ario Pardee, Jr. Second Brigade. Col. G