War of the Rebellion: Serial 074 Page 0489 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.- ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.

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Losses sustained in action by the division, &c.- Continued.

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

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10th 1 13 66 ... 10 94



25th Indiana 1 2 4 6 ... ... 11


32nd ... 8 2 18 ... 8 34



Total 2 23 6 90 ... 18 139


Battery F, ... 5 ... 5 2 11 23

2nd U. S.


Battery C, ... 1 ... 3 ... ... 4

1st Michigan


14th Ohio ... 3 ... 18 ... ... 21


Total ... 9 ... 26 2 11 48

Pioneer ... ... ... ... ... ... ...


Total of 11 219 64 997 5 156 1,452


Numbers 551.

Report of Lieutenant Colonel Henry T. McDowell, Thirty-ninth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade.


East Point, Ga., September 13, 1864.

CAPTAIN: In compliance with Special Orders, No 102, headquarters Fourth Division, Sixteenth Army Corps, under date of September 4, 1864, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of this brigade from May 1, 1864, up to and including the occupation of Atlanta:

On the morning of May 1 the brigade, consisting of the Eighteenth Missouri, Sixty-fourth Illinois, and Twenty-seventh and Thirty-ninth Ohio Regiments, marched from Decatur, Ala., under command of Brigadier General J. W. Fuller, with an aggregate of 2,966 men for duty. Reached Woodville Station, distant from Decatur sixty-two miles, on the morning of the 4th, from which point we took cars for Chattanooga, arriving there about midnight. Marched from Chattanooga at 2 p. m. on the 5th, making nine miles. Resumed the march next morning in the direction of Snake Creek Gap, which point was reached on the 8th. (then, moved toward the railroad near Resaca, retiring that evening to Snake Creek Gap. The command was intrenched and remained until the 13th, when we again advanced, taking position within a mile of the enemy's works, and during the operations of the army at that point supported the Fourteenth Ohio Battery, meeting with slight loss. Starting on the 16th, reached Kingston on the 19th, and remained until the 23d, when we moved in the direction of Dallas, passing through that town on the evening of the 26th. An advance of a mile was made on the 27th, driving the enemy's skirmishers; the point taken was intrenched and held until June 1. On that day we withdrew from the line, crossing Pumpkin Vine Creek. Marched to Acworth on the 6th, staying there until the 10th, when we moved to Big Shanty. 11th, marched down the railroad to within three miles of Kenesaw Mountain, where we remained until the 19th, when, the enemy having left the works in our front, we advanced to the