The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies
Series I: Contains the formal reports, both Union and Confederate, of the first seizures of United States property in the Southern States, and of all military operations in the field, with the correspondence, orders, and returns relating specially thereto, and, as proposed is to be accompanied by an Atlas. In this series the reports will be arranged according to the campaigns and several theaters of operations (in the chronological order of the events), and the Union reports of any event will, as a rule, be immediately followed by the Confederate accounts. The correspondence, etc., not embraced in the "reports" proper will follow (first Union and next Confederate) in chronological order. Volume XIV. 1885. (Vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter XXVI - Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia, and Middle and East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-Jun 11, 1863.
SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS
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advance April arrived artillery Battery Bentonville bivouacked Brig Broad River broke camp campaign Cape Fear River Capt Captain captured Catawba River cavalry Cheraw Colonel Columbia command corduroy Cox's Bridge Cross-Roads crossed destroyed distance marched Edisto River eight miles enemy enemy's Fayetteville February February 17 fifteen miles Fifteenth Army Fifteenth Army Corps five miles flank foraging four miles fourteen miles Fourteenth Army Fourteenth Army Corps Fourteenth Corps front Goldsborough halted HDQRS headquarters Indiana instant left camp Lieut Lynch's Creek Major-General March 19 March 24 miles and encamped morning Neuse River night North Edisto obedient servant officers ordered passed Pedee River pontoon bridge position railroad Raleigh rear rebel regiment remained in camp respectfully road Salkehatchie Saluda River Second Brigade Second Division seven miles Sister's Ferry six miles skirmish line South Edisto River swamp Third Brigade Third Division three miles train troops Twentieth Corps Veteran Volunteers wagons Winnsborough wounded