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Chapter 10: General Mitchel's invasion of Alabama.--the battles of Shiloh. Grant and his victorious Army expedition up the Tennessee River planned, 261. Grant's Army on transports on the Tennessee skirmish at Pittsburg Landing, 262. events near Pittsburg Landing Sherman at Shiloh Church, 263. movements of Buell's Army Morgan, the guerrilla chief, 264. Mitchel's extraordinary March southward, 265. capture of Huntsville, Alabama, 266. Memphis and Charleston railway seized G
train, sufficient for only two days provisions, in the direction of Huntsville, making forced marches all the way. On the 10th
April, 1862. he left Fayetteville, in Lincoln County, Tennessee, crossed the State line the same day, and entered Northern Alabama, somewhat depressed in spirits by a rumor that Grant had been terribly defeated in a battle near Pittsburg Landing.
Mitchel had passed through a very hostile region, but now began to perceive some signs of loyalty among the inhabitants,