Browsing named entities in a specific section of Oliver Otis Howard, Autobiography of Oliver Otis Howard, major general , United States army : volume 1. Search the whole document.
Found 369 total hits in 64 results.
Chapter 30: battle of Casville In the forward movement from Adairsville, May 18, 1864, our three armies were a little mixed. One division under the enterprising Jeff. C. Davis, with Garrard's cavalry, became detached from Thomas and went directly to Rome, and on the 18th drove out the small garrison of Confederates there; they captured some ten heavy guns, other war material, supplies of all kinds including a trainload of salt, and a few prisoners of war. Johnston had fully determin
We have had to charge or turn well-constructed breastworks, and at times the fighting has been severe.
General Willich and Colonel (now General) Harker in our corps were wounded.
We had quite a battle at Dalton, at Resaca, then at Adairsville, and lastly here, near Cassville.
A kind Providence has protected me and my staff in the midst of constant dangers.
We have been fired upon by sharpshooters, small arms and artillery.
Two or three have had their horses shot, and I had one