War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0340 KY.,S.W. VA., TENN., N&C C. GA., MISS., ALA., & W. FLA.

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April 1, 1865.-Skirmish at Centerville, Ala.

Skirmish at Trion, Ala.

2, 1865.-Skirmish near Scottsville, Ala.

Skirmish near Centerville, Ala.

Engagement at Selma, Ala.

Union troops occupy Selma, Ala.

Skirmish at Summerfield, Ala.

3, 1865.-Action at Northport, near Tuscaloosa, Ala.

4, 1865.-Union troops occupy Tuscaloosa, Ala.

6, 1865.-Skirmish near Lanier's Mills, Sipsey Creek, Ala.

Skirmish at King's Store, Ala.

7, 1865.-Skirmish at Fike's Ferry, Cahawba River, Ala.

10, 1865.-Skirmish at Lowndesborough, Ala.

Skirmish near Benton, Ala.

12, 1865.-Union troops occupy Montgomery, Ala.

Skirmish on the Columbus Road, near Montgomery, Ala.

13, 1865.-Skirmish at Wetumpka, Ala.

14, 1865.-Skirmish on the Columbus Road, near Tuskegee, Ala.

16, 1865.-Skirmish at Crawford, Ala.

Skirmish at Girard, Ala.

Action at Columbus, Ga.

Union troops occupy Columbus, Ga.

Skirmish near Opelika, Ala.

Attack on Fort Tyler, West Point, Ga.

Union troops occupy West Point, Ga.

17, 1865.-Destruction of C. S. gun-boat Muscogee or Jackson, at Columbus, Ga.

18, 1865.-Skirmish at Pleasant Hill, Ga.

Skirmish at the Double Bridges over the Flint River, Ga.

19, 1865.-Skirmish near Barnesville, Ga.

20, 1865.-Skirmish near Spring Hill, Ga.

Skirmish at Montpelier Springs, Ala.

Skirmish at Mimm's Mills, on Tobesofkee Creek, Ga.

Skirmish at Rocky Creek Bridge, near Macon, Ga.

Union troops occupy Macon, Ga.

22, 1865.-Union troops occupy Talladega, Ala.

23, 1865.-Action at Munford's Station, Ala.

REPORTS, ETC.*

No. 1.-Major General George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Cumberland, including operations in the department January 20-June 1.

No. 2.-Bvt. Major General James H. Wilson, U. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi.

No. 3.-Organization of the Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, Bvt. Major General James H. Wilson commanding, March 22-April 24.

No. 4.-Surg. Francis Salter, U. S. Army, Medical Director.

No. 5.-Major James M. Hubbard, Twelfth Missouri Cavalry, commanding Pontoniers.

No. 6.-Major Charles L. Greeno, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Provost-Marshal.

No. 7.-Brigadier General Edward M. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations March 22-May 1.

No. 8.-Brigadier General John T. Croxton, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations March 22-May 1.

No. 9.-Captain William A. Sutherland, Assistant Adjutant-General, of operations March 29-April 10.

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* For General Grant's reference to these operations, see Vol. XLVI, Part I, p.59, and for General Sherman's reference thereto, see Vol. XLVII, Part I, pp. 29, 30.

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