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June

18, 1864.-Skirmish at Pine Log Creek.
18–19, 1864.--Combats near Kingston.

Combats near Cassville.
20, 1864.-Skirmish at Etowah River, near Cartersville.
23, 1864.-Action at Stilesborough.
24, 1864.–Skirmishes at Cass Station and Cassville.

Skirmish at Burnt Hickory (or Huntsville).

Skirmish near Dallas. 25-June 5, 1864.-Operations on the line of Pumpkin Vine Creek, with

combats at New Hope Church, Pickett's Mills, and

other points.
26-June 1, 1864. —Combats at and about Dallas,
27, 1864.–Skirmish at Pond Springs, Ala.
29, 1864.-Action at Moulton, Ala.

9, 1864.-Skirmishes near Big Shanty and near Stilesborough.
10, 1864.–Skirmish at Calhoun.
10-July 3, 1864.-Operations about Marietta, with combats at Pine Hill,

Lost Mountain, Brush Mountain, Gilgal Church, Noon-
day Creek, McAfee's Cross-Roads, Kenesaw Mountain,
Powder Springs, Cheney's Farm, Kolb's Farm, Olley's
Creek, Nicka jack Creek, Noyes' Creek, and other

points.
24, 1864. —Action at La Fayette.
4, '1864.-Skirmishes at Ruff's Mill, Neal Dow Station, and Rottenwood

Creek. 5–17, 1864.-Operations on the line of the Chattahoochee River, with skir

mishes at Howell's, Turner's, and Pace's Ferries, Isham's

Ford, and other points. 10-22, 1864.–Rousseau's raid from Decatur, Ala., to the West Point and

Montgomery Railroad, with skirmishes near Coosa River (13th), near Greenpoint and at Ten Island Ford (14th), near

Auburn and near Chehaw (18th). 18, 1864. -Skirmish at Buck Head.

General John B. Hood, C. S. Army, supersedes General Joseph

E. Johnston in command of the Army of Tennessee.
19, 1864.-Skirmishes on Peach Tree Creek.
20, 1864.-Battle of Peach Tree Creek.
21, 1864.- Engagement at Bald (or Leggett's) Hill.
22, 1864.--Battle of Atlanta.

Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, U. S. Army, succeeds Maj. Gen.

James B. McPherson in command of the Army of the Ten

July

nessee.

22–24., 1864.-Garrard's raid to Covington.
23, 1864.-Brig. Gen. Morgan L. Smith, U. S. Army, in temporary com-

mand of the Fifteenth Army Corps.
23-Aug. 25, 1864.-Operations about Atlanta, including battle of Ezra

Church (July 28), assault at Utoy Creek (August 6),

and other combats.
24, 1864.-Skirmish near Cartersville.
27, 1864.—Maj. Gen. Oliver 0. Howard, U. S. Army, assumes command

of the Army of the Tennessee.
Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, U. S. Army, resumes co

command of the Fifteenth Army Corps.

July

Aug.

27, 1864.- Maj. Gen. David S. Stanley, V. S. Army, succeeds Maj. Gen.

Oliver O. Howard in command of the Fourth Army Corps. Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams, U. S. Army, succeeds Maj.

Gen. Joseph Hooker in temporary command of the Twen

tieth Army Corps. 27-31, 1864.- McCook's raid on the Atlanta and West Point and Macon and

Western Railroads, with skirmishes near Campbellton (28th), near Lovejoy's Station (29th), at Clear Creek (30th),

and action near Newnan (30th). Garrard's raid to South River, with skirmishes at Snapfinger

Creek (27th), Flat Rock Bridge and Lithonia (28th). 27-Aug. 6,1864.–Stoneman's raid to Macon, with combats at Macon' and

Clinton (July 30), Hillsborough (July 30–31), Mulberry

Creek and Jug Tavern (August 3). 30, 1864.—Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum, U. S. Army, assigned to the

command of the Twentieth Army Corps. 7, 1864.—Brig. Gen. Richard W. Johnson, U. S. Army, succeeds Maj.

Gen. John M. Palmer in temporary command of the Four

teenth Army Corps. 9, 1864.—Bvť. Maj. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, U. S. Army, assigned to the

command of the Fourteenth Army Corps. 10-Sept. 9, 1864.-Wheeler's raid to North Georgia and East Tennessee,

with combats at Dalton (August 14–15) and other

points. 15, 1864.-Skirmishes at Sandtown and Fairburn. 18–22, 1864.–Kilpatrick's raid from Sandtown to Lovejoy's Station, with

combats at Camp Creek (18th), Red Oak (19th), Flint River

(19th), Jonesborough (19th), and Lovejoy's Station (20th). 22, 1864.—Bvt. Maj. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, U. S. Army, assumes com

mand of the Fourteenth Army Corps. 26-Sept. 1, 1864.—Operations at the Chattahoochee railroad bridge, and

at Pace's and Turner's Ferries, with skirmishes.
27, 1864.- Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum, U. S. Army, assumes command

of the Twentieth Army Corps.
29, 1864. -Skirmish near Red Oak.
30, 1864.-Skirmish near East Point.

Action at Flint River Bridge.
31, 1864.–Skirmish near Rough and Ready Station.
31-Sept. 1, 1864.--Battle of Jonesborough.

2, 1864.-Union occupation of Atlanta.
2-5, 1864.-Actions at Lovejoy's Station.

Sept.

REPORTS, ETC.-Continued.*

No. 437, — Maj. Gen. James B. McPherson, U. S. Army; commanding Army of the

Tennessee, of operations May 9, 10, 27, and 28, and July 4, 5, 18, and 21. No. 438.- Maj. Gen. John, A. Logan, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Ten

nessee, of operations July 22. No: 439.—Maj. Gen. Oliver O, Howard, U.S. Army, commanding Army of the Ten

nessee.

No. 440.-Surg. John Moore, U.S. Army, Medical Director.
No. 441.-Capt. Andrew Hickenlooper, Fifth Ohio Battery, Chief of Artillery, of

operations July 22.

* Of the campaign, unless otherwise mentioned. For the organization and effective strength of the Union forces during the campaign, see Part I, pp. 89-117.

No. 442.-Maj. Thomas W. Osborn, First New York Light Artillery, Chief of Ar

tillery, of operations August 3-September 8. No. 443.-Capt. Chauncey B. Reese, U. S. Corps of Engineers, Chief Engineer. No. 444.-Capt. William Kossak, Aide-de-Camp, in charge of pontoon train. No. 145.-Capt. Ocran H. Howard, Signal Corps, U.S. Army, Chief Signal Officer. No. 446.—Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, U. S. Army, commanding Fifteenth Army

Corps. No. 447.--Lieut. Col. Robert R. Townes, Assistant Adjutant-General and Chief of

Staff, of operations July 22. No. 448.--Capt. Frank C. Gillette, Provost-Marshal, of prisoners captured June 27. No. 449.—Lieut. Samuel Edge, Sixteenth Ohio Infantry, Acting Signal Officer. No. 450.—Maj. Gen. Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Army, commanding First Division,

of operations May 9-July 17 and August 15-September 8. No. 451.-Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U.S. Army, commanding First Division, of

operations July 22–28. No. 452.—Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of

operations May 13-June 8. No. 453.--Col. Milo Smith, Twenty-sixth Iowa Infantry, commanding First Bri

gade, of operations July 22-28 and August 23-September 2. No. 454.-Col. William B. Woods, Seventy-sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations Au

gust 31-September 2. No. 455.-Col. James A. Williamson, Fourth Iowa Infantry, commanding Second

Brigade. No. 456.—Col. William Smyth, Thirty-first Iowa Infantry, of operations May 23–

June 6. No. 457.-Col. Hugo Wangelin, Twelfth Missouri Infantry, commanding Third Bri

gade, of operations May 13-16, July 22–25, and July 28-September 3. No. 458.- Capt. Charles C. Bland, Thirty-second Missouri Infantry, of opei ations

May 1-20. No. 459.—Maj. Abraham J. Seay, Thirty-second Missouri Infantry, of operations

May 20-September 8. No. 460.-Maj. Clemens Landgraeber, Second Missouri Light Artillery, Chief of

Artillery, First Division. No. 461.—Brig. Gen. Morgan L. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division,

of operations May 13-16 and June 27. No, 462.-Brig. Gen. Joseph A.J. Lightburn, U. S. Army, commanding Second Di

vision, of operations July 22 and August 9–16. No. 463.-Brig. Gen. William B. Hazen, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division,

of operations August 18-September 8. No. 464.-Capt. Gordon Lofland, Assistant Adjutant-General, Second Division, of

operations May 1-August 12. No. 465.—Brig. Gen. Giles A. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of

operations May 13-June 27. No. 466.—Col. James S. Martin, One hundred and eleventh Illinois Infantry, com

manding First Brigade, of operations July 22 and 28. No. 467.—Col. Theodore Jones, Thirtieth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Bri

gade. No. 468.-Capt. Cyrus M. Browne, Fifty-fifth Illinois Infantry, of operations June

16-September 8. No. 469.—Capt. John S. Windsor, One hundred and sixteenth Illinois Infantry. Io. 470.–Capt. Charles Schryver, One hundred and twenty-seventh Illinois In

fantry. No. 471.–Lieut. Col. Delos Van Deusen, Sixth Missouri Infantry.

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No. 472.-Lieut. Col. George H. Hildt, Thirtieth Ohio Infantry, of operations May

21-September 8. No. 473.--Lieut. Col. Samuel R. Mott, Fifty-seventh Ohio Infantry. No. 474.-Brig, Gen. Joseph A. J. Lightburn, U. S. Army, 'commanding Second

Brigade, of operations May 9-June 27 and July 28. No. 475.-Col. Wells S. Jones, Fifty-third Ohio Infantry, commanding Secou 1

Brigade. No. 476.—Col. James S. Martin, One hundred and eleventh Illinois Infantry. No. 477.-Capt. Benjamin North, Eighty-third Indiana Infantry. No. 478.- Capt. Carl Moritz, Thirty-seventh Ohio Infantry. No. 479.-Lieut. Col. Louis von Blessingh, Thirty-seventh Ohio Infantry, of oper

ations May 10–19. No. 480.—Maj. Thomas T. Taylor, Forty-seventh Ohio Infantry. No. 481.—Col. Augustus C. Parry, Forty-seventh Ohio Infantry, of operations May

11-20. No. 482.—Lieut. Col. Robert A. Fulton, Fifty-third Ohio Infantry. No. 483.--Col. Wells S. Jones, Fifty-third Ohio Infantry, of operations May 13–16. No. 484.—Maj. Israel T. Moore, Fifty-fourth Ohio Infantry. No. 485.—Lieut. George Echte, Second Missouri Light Artillery, commanding Bat

tery A, First Illinois Light Artillery. No. 486.—Capt. Francis De Gress, Battery H, First Illinois Light Artillery. No. 487.—Brig. Gen. John E. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of

affairs (May 17) at Madison Station, Ala., and (August 15) near Tilton,

Ga. No. 488.-Col. Green B. Raum, Fifty-sixth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second

Brigade, of attack (May 19) on train near Bellefonte, Ala., capture of train (July 5) near Tilton, Ga., combats (August 14-15) at and near Dal

ton, Ga., and affair (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. No. 489.—Col. Adam B. Gorgas, Thirteenth Illinois Infantry, of affair (May 17) at

Madison Station, Ala. No. 490.—Col. Clark R. Wever, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of capture of train

(July 5) near Tilton, Ga. No. 491.–Lieut. Col. Samson M. Archer, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of capture of

train (July 5) and affair (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. No. 492.-Capt. John C. Snodgrass, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of affair (August

15) near Tilton, Ga. No. 493.-Brig. Gen. William Harrow, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division. No. 494.-Col. Reuben Williams, Twelfth Indiana Infantry, commanding First,

Brigade, of operations May 16-August 3. No. 495.-Col. John M. Oliver, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, commanding First

Brigade, of operations August 4-September 8. No. 496.—Lieut. Col. Robert A. Gillmore, Twenty-sixth Illinois Infantry. No. 497.—Maj. Edward Adams, Forty-eighth Illinois Infantry, of operations August

3-September 7. No. 498.-Lieut. Col. Owen Stuart, Ninetieth Ilinois Infantry, of operations May 1

August 3. No. 499.-Capt. Daniel O'Connor, Ninetieth Illinois Infantry, of operations August

3-September 8. No. 500.- Lieut. Col. James Goodnow, Twelfth Indiana Infantry, of operations May

1-August 3. No. 501.-Col. Reuben Williams, Twelfth Indiana Infantry, of operations August

3-September 8. No. 502.—Lieut. Col. John M. Berkey, Ninety-ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations

August 3-September 2.

No. 503. --Lieut. Col. Albert Heath, One hundredth Indiana Infantry.
No. 504.—Lieut. Col. Frederick S. Hutchinson, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, of

operations August 3-September 2. No. 505.-Capt. Henry L. Philips, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations August

4-September 3. No. 506.—Brig. Gen. Charles C. Walcutt, U.S. Army, commanding Second gade. No. 507.—Capt. William Stewart, Fortieth Illinois Infantry, of operations June

3-September 2. No. 508.- Maj. Asias Willison, One hundred and third Illinois Infantry. No. 509. --Lieut. Col. George W. Wright, One hundred and third Illinois Infantry,

of operations May 13–15. No, 510.-Col. Robert F. Catterson, Ninety-seventh Indiana Infantry, of operations

May 1-15. No. 511.--Maj. Thomas J. Ennis, Sixth Iowa Infantry, of operations May 5–15. No. 512.-Lieut. Col. Alexander J. Miller, Sixth Iowa Infantry. No. 513.-Capt. Joshua W. Heath, Forty-sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations May

1-15. No. 514. -Lieut. Col. Isaac N. Alexander, Forty-sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations

May 17-September 8. No. 515.-Col. John M. Oliver, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, commanding Third

Brigade, of operations May 6-August 3. No. 516.—Maj. Edward Adams, Forty-eighth Illinois Infantry, of operations May

6-August 3. No. 517.-Lieut. Col. John M. Berkey, Ninety-ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations

May 6-August 3. No. 518.-Lieut. Col. Frederick S. Hutchinson, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, of

operations May 6-August 3. No. 519.-Maj. William B. Brown, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 22. No. 520.-Capt. Louis Love, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 6-Au

gust 3.

No. 521.–Capt. Henry H. Griffiths, First Iowa Battery, Chief of Artillery, Fourth

Division, of operations May 13-15 and July 20–22. No. 522.-Capt. Josiah H. Burton, Battery F, First Illinois Light Artillery, of oper

ations May 12-16, July 20–22, August 18 and 23. No. 523.-Lieut. William H. Gay, First Iowa Battery, of operations May 1-15 and

July 20–22. No. 524. -Maj. Gen. Grenville M. Dodge, U. S. Army, commanding Left Wing,

Sixteenth Army Corps, of operations April 29-August 19. No. 525, --Brig. Gen. Thomas E. G. Ransom, U. S. Army, commanding Left Wing,

Sixteenth Army Corps, of operations August 19-September 8. No. 526.-Capt. James M. McClintock, Fifty-first Ohio Infantry, Acting Signal Of

ficer, of operations July 22. No. 527.–Lieut. William H. Sherfy, Ninety-seventh Indiana Infantry, Acting Sig.

nal Officer, of operations July 22. No. 528.—Lieut. Joseph L. Shellabarger, One hundred and sixteenth Illinois In

fantry, Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. No. 529.—Brig. Gen. John M. Corse, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. No. 530.—Brig. Gen. Elliott W. Rice, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade. No. 531.—Lieut. Col. Edwin A. Bowen, Fifty-second Illinois Infantry. No. 532.—Lieut. Col. Roger Martin, Sixty-sixth Indiana Infantry, of operations

May 14–15. No. 533.-Capt. Alfred Morris, Sixty-sixth Indiana Infantry. No. 534.—Maj. Thomas G. Morrison, Sixty-sixth Indiana Infantry, of operations

July 22.

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