Fords and ferries on Tennessee River, &c. - Continued.
No. Fords and Character Miles. Remarks.
Old Deposit Good ferry; 341 South side low,
Ferry row-boats falt country;
north side bluffs;
Mouth of 353 North side.
Flint Tow 359 Mouth of Flint
Whitesburg 365 Good pike to
Butler's Good ferry 370 Much used;
Ferry approaches good.
Massey's Country 373 Not much used.
Town of 381 Mouth of Indian
Triana Creek (north
Fletcher's Flat-boat; 385 Approaches good.
Mouth of 390
Mouth of 393 South side
Town of 396
Brown's 407 Three miles long.
Brown's Horse-boat; 414 Road crossing from
Ferry good Athens to
Mouth of Elk 426 North side.
Lamb's Ferry Good ferry 429 Approaches good.
Head of 430 About 20 miles
Muscle long; the most
Shoals. difficult of
passing on the
Town of 454
Organization of troops in the Department of the cumberland, commanded by Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army, August 31, 1863.
1st Battalion Ohio Sharpshooters, Captain Watson C. Squire.
10th Ohio Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel William M. Ward.
15th Pensylvania Cavalry, Colonel William J. Palmer.
FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.
Major General GEORGE H. THOMAS.
1st Ohio Cavalry, Company L,. Captain John Barker.
9th Michigan Infantry, Colonel John G. Parkhust.
Brigadier General ABSALOM BAIRD.
Colonel BENJAMIN F. SCRIBNER..
38th Indian, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel F. Griffin.
2nd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Obadiah C. Maxwell.
33rd Ohio, Colonel Oscar R. Moore.
94th Ohio, Major Rue P. Hutchins.
10th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Ely.
Brigadier General JOHN C. STARKWEATHER.
24th Illinois, Colonel Geza Mihalotzy.
79th Pennsylvania, Colonel Henry A. Hambright.
1st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel George B. Bingham.
21st Wisconsin, Captain Henry Turner.