War of the Rebellion: Serial 010 Page 0329 Chapter XXII. PITTSBURG LANDING, OR SHILOH, TENN.

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for assistance rendered. My escort discharged their duty faithfully and fearlessly. The commanders of regiments proved themselves worthy of their position.

For details of movements, names of killed, wounded, and missing, I refer you to the accompanying reports of regimental commanders. The Tenth Brigade was the advance brigade of the Army of Ohio.

All of which is most respectfully submitted.

J. AMMEN,

Colonel, Commanding Tenth Brigade.

Captain J. M. KENDRICK,

Asst. Adjt. Gen., Fourth Division, Army of the Ohio.

Number of killed, wounded, and missing in the battle fought near Pittsburg Landing, Tenn, April 6 and 7, 1862.*

Regiment. Killed. Wounded. Missing.

36th Indiana Volunteers. 8 37 2

6th Ohio Volunteers. 2 5 2

24th Ohio Volunteers. 5 64 29

Total. 15 106 33

All of which is most respectfully submitted.

J. AMMEN,

Colonel, Commanding Tenth Brigade.

Captain J. M. KENDRICK,

Actg. Asst. Adjt. Gen., Fourth Division Army of the Ohio.

Colonel Jacob Ammen's diary of march to and battle at Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.

[Extracts.]

March 17.-The Fourth Division (Tenth, Nineteenth, and Twenty-second Brigades) struck tents [at Nashville, Tenn.], and took up the line of march for Franklin, Tenn., at 8 p. m. Encamped 12 miles from Nashville.

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March 20.-On the march at 7 a. m. Proceed about 3 miles and encamp. Bridge over Duck River at Columbia burned by the rebels; river high; no boats. General McCook's division in advance, repairing bridge.

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March 27.-General Buell pitches his tents on the opposite side of the road from the Tenth Brigade. Late in the evening General Nelson, in returning from General Buell's headquarters, informed me that he had

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*But see revised statement, p. 106.

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