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Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, 1862.

by Charles Smith Hamilton

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Published in [Chicago? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corinth, Battle of, Corinth, Miss., 1862

  • Edition Notes

    Articles reprinted from the Chicago Tribune, Oct. 18th and 25th, 1882, and from the Milwaukee Sunday Telegraph, Nov. 12th and Dec. 17th, 1882.

    StatementMajor General C.S. Hamilton ... and Arthur C. Ducat.
    ContributionsDucat, Arthur C. 1830-1896.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE474.44 .H21
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6949158M
    LC Control Number04035103
    OCLC/WorldCa9938016

    In June , Union troops besieged Corinth, Mississippi,. Four months later, on October 3, , Confederate troops tried unsuccessfully to take it back. When the battle began, Union forces in outer fortifications were ready to meet the enemy. Each side had ab soldiers who faced off in . The following Confederate Army units and commanders fought in the Second Battle of Corinth of the American Civil War on October 3 and 4, , in Corinth, of battle compiled from the army organization during the battle and reports. The Union order of battle is listed separately.

    "Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, ". 1 2 3 Memoirs of William T. Sherman ↑ "The First Battle of Corinth: ↑ "Determining the facts: The Siege of Corinth", National Park Service ↑ Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, series 1, vol chap part 2, page The following units and commanders of the Union Army fought at the Siege of Corinth (29 Apr May ) of the American Civil Union Army had approximately , present for duty. The Confederate order of battle is shown separately. Order of battle compiled from the army organization during the siege.

    Corinth, a town and important rail junction in Northeast Mississippi, was the scene of much military activity during the Civil War, including a siege in the spring of following the Battle of Shiloh and a bloody battle in October of the same year. The latter engagement resulted in more than seven thousand casualties and [ ]. Confederate soldiers killed during the Battle of Corinth, Mississippi, October jpg 1, × 1,; MB Confederate soldiers killed during the Battle of Corinth, Mississippi, which took place October 3 and 4, jpg 1, × ; KB.


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Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, 1862 by Charles Smith Hamilton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, by Hamilton, Charles Smith, ; Ducat, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), Pages:   Correspondence in Regard to the Battle of Corinth: Miss., October 3d and 4th, (Classic Reprint) [Hamilton, Charles Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Correspondence in Regard to the Battle of Corinth: Miss., October 3d and 4th, Author: Charles Smith Hamilton. Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, Articles reprinted from the Chicago Tribune, Oct. 18th and 25th,and from the Milwaukee Sunday Telegraph, Nov.

12th and Dec. 17th, Also available in digital form. The siege of Corinth (also known as the first Battle of Corinth) was an Miss. Civil War engagement lasting from April 29 toin Corinth, Mississippi.A collection of Union forces under the overall Miss.

of Major General Henry Halleck engaged in a month-long siege of the city, whose Confederate occupants were commanded by General P.G.T. on: Corinth, Mississippi34°56′02″N 88°31′19″W.

The second Battle of Corinth (which, in the context of the American Civil War, is usually referred to as the Battle of Corinth, to differentiate it from the siege of Corinth earlier the same year) was fought October 3–4,in Corinth, the second time in the Iuka-Corinth Campaign, Union Maj.

Gen. William Rosecrans defeated a Confederate army, this time one under Maj. Gen Location: Corinth, Mississippi. Battle of Corinth: OctoberVan Dorn hurled his army at the outer defenses of Corinth on the morning of October 3. Over the course of.

Battle of Corinth, (October 3–4, ), in the American Civil War, a battle that ended in a decisive victory of Union forces over Confederate forces in northeastern ing that the capture of the strategically important town of Corinth would break the Union hold on the Corinth-Memphis railroad and drive Union General Ulysses S.

Grant from western Tennessee, the Confederate. Union forces had captured the railroad junction and important transportation center at Corinth, Mississippi in the spring of after their victory at Shiloh.

After the Battle of Iuka in September, Maj. Gen. Sterling Price’s Confederate Army of the West marched to Ripley, Mississippi where it joined Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn’s Army of West Tennessee. Van Dorn took command of the combined. American Battlefield Trust’s map of the Battle of Corinth.

After the Battle of Iuka, Maj. Gen. Sterling Price’s Confederate Army of the West marched from Baldwyn to Ripley where it joined Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn’s Army of West Tennessee. Van Dorn was senior officer and took command of the combined force numbering ab men.

The Southern Railway (reporting mark SOU) (also known as Southern Railway Company and now known as the Norfolk Southern Railway) was a class 1 railroad based in the Southern United States between andwhen its name was changed to Norfolk Southern.

The railroad was the product of nearly predecessor lines that were combined, reorganized and recombined beginning in the s. The Federal siege of Corinth began within a few weeks of the retreat from Shiloh and ended when the Confederates abandoned Corinth on The Confederates did not return until the Battle of Corinth which was fought October 3rd and 4th in the fall of Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, Major General C.S.

Hamilton and Arthur C. Ducat. (Richmond, Enquirer Book and Job Press, ), by Confederate States of America War Department (page images at HathiTrust) Official reports of battles / published by order of Congress.

Battle of Corinth, MS in the American Civil War. Online Books: Correspondence in regard to the Battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3rd and 4th,by Charles Smith Hamilton and Arthur Charles Ducat, The Battle of Corinth, by Laurens W.

Wolcott, Title: Battle of Corinth, Miss. Oct. 4th Creator(s): Currier & Ives., Date Created/Published: New York: Published by Currier & Ives, [?] Medium: 1 print: lithograph, hand colored.

Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-pga (digital file from original item) LC-USZC (color film copy transparency) LC-USZ (b&w film copy neg.). Sites/facts specific to this historic civil war map are: The Plan of the Battle of Corinth fought on the 3rd and 4th of Octoberbetween Confederate forces & United States forces; Smith Bridge Road, Danville Road, Chewallah Road, Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Memphis & Charleston Railroad, Kossuth Road, Cane Creek, Tenant Properties plus many named landowners.

The following units and commanders of the Confederate Army fought at the Siege of Corinth (29 Apr May ) of the American Civil Union order of battle is shown separately. Order of battle compiled from the Official Records of the American Civil War as they appeared on J Filed under: Corinth, Battle of, Corinth, Miss., A battery at close quarters; a paper read before the Ohio commandery of the Loyal legion, October 6,(Columbus, O.

[The Champlin press], ), by Henry M. Neil, John B. Sanborn, and Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.

Ohio Commandery (page images at HathiTrust). The Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center, part of Shiloh National Military Park, explains the key role of Corinth in the Civil War's western theater.

square-foot facility features interactive exhibits, a multimedia presentation on the Battle of Shiloh, and a video on the Battle of Corinth. A Contraband Camp exhibit and a National Cemetery are also nearby. Corinth, Mississippi | Opened inthis museum explains the key role of Corinth in the Civil War's western theater, featuring interactive exhibits, a multimedia presentation on the Battle of Shiloh, and a video on the Battle of Corinth.

Correspondence in regard to the battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3d and 4th, Major General C.S. Hamilton and Arthur C. Ducat.

Get this from a library! The battle of Corinth, Oct. 3 & 4, [W R Livermore; William J Wilson; John Codman Ropes] -- Maps of the Civil War battlefield of Corinth, Mississippi, October,showing drainage, roads, towns, vegetation, and physical features.

Annotated in blue .Afterwards, Corinth continued to serve as base camp for troops. The Battle of Corinth – After months of buildup, the battle was finally brought to Corinth.

On October, Confederates advanced and attacked the Union Army. They fought at the old Confederate earthworks, several batteries in and around town and near the White House.Ladislaus' diary ends before this battle and no record of his response to Boomer's claims are available. Lt.

Col. John Holman took command in Boomer's absence and led the regiment at the battle of Corinth, October 3rd & 4th, Shortly afterwards on OctoLadislaus tendered his resignation.