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Chapter 13: operations about Pocotaligo. About Boyd's Landing on the morning of December 1, th
attempt against the enemy's works about old Pocotaligo had not Savannah fallen on the night of the rs and 125 men, reconnoitred that day toward Pocotaligo, returning at dark, having seen a few mounte , in October, 1862, he attacked the enemy at Pocotaligo.
Remains of fires and the debris of picket half farther on we arrived near a bridge and Pocotaligo, where the strong works were found in posses e main on a pontoon bridge, and moved toward Pocotaligo, twenty-five miles from Beaufort.
They enco h loss to the works mounting twelve guns, at Pocotaligo, before which they bivouacked, intending to re to assist in refitting Sherman's troops.
Pocotaligo was thoroughly strengthened as a base.
Gen. , and with other wounded was brought back to Pocotaligo.
Foster, on the 3d, made demonstrations wit ut a mile, to a cross-road, five miles from Pocotaligo, where his force halted and intrenched.
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