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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

Governor RICHARD J. OGLESBY.
Hon. ALLEN C. FULLER.
Major-general JOHN M. PALMER
Adjutant-general I. N. HAYNIE.
Major-general S. A. HURLBUT.
Lieutenant-general W. T. SHERMAN.
Brevet Major-general A. L. CHETLAIN.
Major-general B. H. GRIERSON.
Brbvet Major-general M. BRAYMAN.
Surgeon GEORGE COATSWORTH.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

REGIMENTAL SKETCHES.

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The Twenty-seventh—General N. B. Buford—The Thirty-eighth—The Forty-

second—Heavy Loss at Chickamauga—The Sixty-sixth—Birge's Sharpshoot-

ers—The Seventy eighth—At Chickamauga—The Eighty-eighth—Colonel

Francis T. Sherman—The Ninety-sixth—Brevet Brigadier-General Thomas

E. Champion—Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac L. Clark—Major John C. Smith—The

One Hundred and Fourth—The One Hundred and Twenty-fifth—Death of

Chaplain Sanders—Colonel 0. F. Harmon 58

CHAPTER IV.

REGIMENTAL AND PERSONAL.

The Seventh Infantry—Muster Roll of the First Company Enlisted in the State

—General John Cook—The Eighth—Colonel Lloyd Wheaton—The Ninth-

Its Campaigns—The Tenth—The March to Knoxville—The Eleventh—Its

Original and Final Rosters—Colonel Garrett Kevins—The Twelfth—What it

Did—Chicago Board of Trade Battery—Heroism and Devotion of the Men—

Brydge's Battery 83

CHAPTER V.

CHATTANOOGA—LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN—MISSION RIDGE—KNOXVILLE.

Disasters Retrieved—Situation of the Armies—Rosecrans Reinforced by Hooker

—Grant in Command—Thomas Supersedes Rosecrans—Burnside Takes Knox-

ville—Is Besieged by Longstreet—Union Peril—Sherman Sends Osterhaus—

Ordered to Take His Whole Army—Its March—Sherman Placed in Command

of the Department of the Tennessee—McPlierson and Hurlhut—Sherman

Ordered On—Goes—Hooker's Assault on Lookout—Capture—Knoxville—

Plan for Battle—Pontoons—Our Army—Orchard Knob—Sherman's Position

—Corse Opens the Battle—Loomis—Sherman's Forces Hard Pressed—Gran-

ger's Advance—Grant and Thomas—Up the Ridge—Victory—The Dead—

Wounded—Lincoln's Letter—Illinois Men—Grant's Order of Congratulation

—Pursuit—Ringgold—Burnside Relieved—Campaign Ended 108

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Illinois—Newspaper Paragraphs—Logan's Corps—Palmer—Twenty-fifth and

Twenty-seventh — Eighty-ninth — Logan—Fifty-ninth and Seventy-fourth —

Sherman's Report—Peach Tree Creek—Cincinnati Commercial's Account—

Situation—McPherson's Advance—Eighty-fifth Illinois—Logan's Corps—Pal-

mer's Corps—Forty-fourth—Hooker in Position and Fighting—Geary—Ward

— Face to Face — Williams — Bradley—Torty-second — Twenty-seventh —

Thomas Commanding an Eclectic Detachment—One Hundredth—Eighty-

eighth—Seventy-fourth—Coburn—One Hundred and Twenty-ninth and Lieu-

tenant-Colonel Flynn—McCook—One Hundred and Fourth in Peril—Defeat

of Palmer—One Hundred and Fifth—One Hundred and Twenty-ninth—Impor-

tance of this Battle—Kenesaw Redeemed—Hood in Command—His Prestige

Gone 173

CHAPTER XII.

INTO ATLANTA.

Atlanta—Its importance—Heart of Confederacy—Must Be Taken—Hood in

Command—Sherman's Report—The Chattahoochee—Battle of July 22d—

McPherson Killed—Logan in Command—Blair Assailed by Hardee—Sweeney

—Dodge—Twelfth Illinois—Sixteenth Corps—Long's Corps—Smith's Divi-

sion—Lossof Guns—The Crisis—Sherman—Order to Logan—Charge—Wood

—Victory—Guns Retaken—What Sherman Says—The Stoneman Raid—

Changes in Command—Hooker—Palmer—Howard—Slocum—Davis—Wil-

liams—Battle of Joncsboro—Victory Decisive—Rebel Retreat—Pursuit—

"Atlanta Ours and Fairly Won"—Sherman's Promotion—Re-union arid

Freedom 193

CHAPTER XIII.

HOOD TURNS NORTH.

The Situation—What will Hood Do?—What He might have Done—His Chosen

Policy—Athens Surrenders—Rosseau—Forrest in the Toils—Marietta—Smyr-

na— Allatoona — Illinois Ninety-third — Lieutenant-Colonel Tourtellotte —

Corse Comes—" Effusion of Blood "—Desperate Defence—Seventh Illinois—

Colonel Rowell—Corse's Report—Sherman's Signals—Twelfth and Fiftieth

Illinois—Victory—Our Losses—Raum at Rcsaca—Various Movements—

Troops sent Thomas—Thomas' Army—Ransom Dies—Armies Separated—

Hood Crosses the River—Battle of Franklin—Back to Nashville—Hood's

Position—Federal Troops—Delay—Preparations—Moment—Order of Battle

—Battle of Nashville—Smith and Schofield—Night—Second Day—Wood's

Corps — Stccdman—Assault—Victory—Rebel Retreat—The Eighty-eight—

Tho Seventy-second—Brydgc's Battery—The Seventy-fourth 203

CHAPTER XIV.

REGIMENTAL SKETCHES.

The Thirteenth Veterans—Consolidated with the Fifty-sixth—The Thirty-third

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