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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 31, Part 2 (Knoxville and Lookout Mountain)
Page 3 KY., SW. VA., Tennessee, MISS., N. ALA., AND N. GA.

<NN>Wilson's (John) Infantry. See New York Troops, 43rd Regiment.

Wilson's (John D.) Artillery. See Union Troops, Regulars, 1st Regiment, Battery H.

Wilson's (John W.) Infantry. See Maryland Troops, Union, 1st Regiment.

Wilson's (Robert) Infantry. See New Hampshire Troops, 14th Regiemnt.

Wilson's (William R.) Artillery. See New York Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery F.

Winegar's (Charles E.) Artillery. See New York Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery M.

Wingfield's (John T.) Artillery. See Sumter Artillery, ante, Battery C.

Winfield's (W. L.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 28th Regiment.

Winn's (S. J.) Cavalry. See Georgia Troops, 16th Battalion.

Winslow's (Cleveland) Infantry. See New York Troops, 5th Regiment (Veteran).

Winslow's (George B.) Artillery. See New York Troops, 1st Regiment, Battery D.

Wistar's (Joseph W.) Cavalry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 8th Regiment.

Witcher's (John S.) Cavalry. See West Virginia Troops, 3rd Regiment.

Witcher's (V. A.) Cavalry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 34th Battalion.

Witcher's (William A.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 21st Regiment.

Wither's (Robert E.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 18th REigmetn.

Wither's (Robert W.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 42nd Regiment.

Woerner's (Christian) Artillery. See New Jersey Troops, 3rd Battery.

Wolfe's (John P.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 51st Reigment.

Wood's (James, jr.) Infantry. See New York Troops, 136th Regiment.

Wood's (J. De Witt) Artillery. See New York Troops, 33rd Battery.

Woodall's (Daniel) Infantry.* See New York Troops, 39th Regiment.

Woodbury's (George T.) Artillery. See New Jersey Troops, 4th Battery.

Woodruff's (Carle A.) Artillery. See Union Troops, Regulars, 2nd Regiment, Battery M.

Woodruff's (Dickinson) Infantry. See Union Troops, Regulars, 12th Regiment.

Woodson's (J. G.) Infantry. See Virginia Troops, Confederate, 19th REgiment.

Woodward's (George A.) Infantry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 2nd Reserves.

Woodward's (William H.) Artillery. See Pennsylvania Troops.

Woolfolk's (Pichegru, jr.) Artillery. See Ashland Artillery, ante.

Woolworth's (Richard H.) Infantry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 4th Reserve.

Wooster's (William B.) Infantry. See Connecticut Troops, 20th Reigmetn.

Work's (P. A.) Infantry. See Texas Troops, 1st Regiment.

Wright's (G. J.) Cavalry. See Cobb's Legion, ante.

Wright's (Levi P.) Heavy Artillery. See Massachusetts Troops, 1st Regiment.

Wright's (Samuel T.) Artillery. See Virginia Troops, Confederate.

Wyatt's (James W.) Artillery. See Albemarle Artillery, ante.

Wyndham's (Percy) Cavalry. See New Jersey Troops, 1st Regiment.

Wynkoop's (John E.) Cavalry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 20th Reigmetn.

Wythe County Home Guards. See Virginia Troops, Confederate.

York's (Zebulon) Infantry. See Louisiana Troops, 14th Regiment.

Young's (Edward R.) Artillery. See Virginia Troops, Confederate.

Young's (John J.) Artillery. See Pennsylvania Troops, Battery G.

Young's (Pierce M. B.) Cavalry. See Cobb's Legion, ante.

Zaabriske's (Abram) Infantry. See New Jersey Troops, 9th Regiment.

Zell's (T. Elwood) Infantry. See Pennsylvania Troops, 2nd Battalion.

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*Temporarily commanding.

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THE WAR OF THE REBELLION:

A COMPILATION OF THE

OFFICIAL RECORDS

OF THE

UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.

PREPARED BY

The late Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT N. SCOTT, Third U. S. Artillery.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF

The Honorable REDFIELD PROCTOR, Secretary of War,

BY

Major GEORGE B. DAVIS, U. S. A., MR. LESLIE J. PERRY, MR. JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY,

Board of Publication.

SERIES I-VOLUME XXXII-IN THREE PARTS

PART II-REPORTS.

WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1890.

CHAPTER XLIII.

OPERATIONS IN KENTUCKY, SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, NORTH ALABAMA, AND NORTH GEORGIA.

October 20-December 31, 1863*.

PART II.

NOVEMBER 23-27, 1863. The Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign.

SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.

November 23, 1863-Skirmishers at Orchard Knob, or Indian Hill, and Bushy Knob, Tennessee

24, 1863-Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

Skirmish at foot of Missionary Ridge, Tennessee

24-27, 1863.- Raid on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad, with skirmishes at Charleston, Tennessee, (26th), and Cleveland, Tennessee (27th).

25, 1863.-Battle of Missionary Ridge.

26, 1863-Skirmish at Chickamauga Station, Tennessee

Skirmish in Pea Vine Valley, Tennessee

Skirmish at Pigeon Hills, Tennessee

Skirmish near Graysville, Ga.

27, 1863-Engagement at Ringgold Gap, Taylor's Ridge, Ga.

REPORTS.

THE UNION ARMY.


Numbers 1.-Major General Henry W. Halleck, General-in-chief U. S. Army.


Numbers 2.-Abstract from returns of the Union forces at and about Chattanooga November 20, 1863.


Numbers 3.-Organization of the forces under command of Major General Ulysses S. Grant, U. S. Army, engaged in the campaign.


Numbers 4.-Major General S. Grant, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the Mississippi, including operations since October 18, with orders and correspondence, November 19-29, congratulatory orders, and the thanks of Congress.

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*For summary of the principal events during this period, see Summary in Part I, pp. 1-4.

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