itch, alone, were over two hundred dead and wounded, including two colonels — McElroy, of the Thirteenth Mississippi, and Thomas, of the Sixteenth Georgia--killed.
In this terrible ditch, says a Confederate historian, the dead were piled eight or te
Mr. Van Horn was residing, with his family, in the house not far from Grant's Headquarters,
See page 151. which both Thomas and Sherman had occupied as such — a pleasant embowered dwelling, unscathed by the storm of war that swept over the town.s burned by accident.
The ruined walls of it may be seen in the foreground of the picture on page 163.
Headquarters of Thomas and Sherman.
this house was on Walnut Street, near Fort Sherman.
It belonged to an Englishman named Richardson, who h was traversed. We passed through Rossville Gap, and traveled the Lafayette road, visiting on the way the position of General Thomas, near Kelly's Farm,
See page 134. and Lee and Gordon's Mill.
See page 134. We rode on to Crawfish Spring,