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  1. mona

    Failure to Report

    wonder where Grant witnessed Halleck assign an officer with less seniority to command more senior officers?
  2. great pictures!! and one can tell it was all about alabama troops.
  3. and to the left off this picture is Shiloh Battlefield Museum and a convience store and behind you a graveled foundation beginnings of the fire hall.
  4. yes and this am 0% so looking great high about 70 perfect!
  5. well this am they had 30% chance of rain it too may change..
  6. thanks..see yall sat.!
  7. mona

    17th Kentucky Diary-Lt. Sam Cox

    Jimj .just shows youve been up north TOO long.
  8. mona

    Grant's Shiloh Report

    On #15--"Nothing but hospitals and dead bodies--as long as Sherman pursued"....there was the "pursuit order" so this part of the report "overlooks" the fighting at fallen timbers.on the 8th.
  9. mona

    17th Kentucky Diary-Lt. Sam Cox

    i would have thought he would have mentioned the gunboats firing all nite of the 6th..a very interesting account..
  10. mona

    Whither the WHB?

    i did not know of the March incident thanks for the addition info.
  11. mona

    Whither the WHB?

    The W. H. Brown was a commercial steamer prior to the war.It was commissioned in to Federal service to be based from Cairo and service the mississippi river and its tributaries.On April 13 1864 the ship was used as support during the red River Camp. and in aid to the Chillicoathe it took fire from Confederate batteries and was disabled.was towed back to cairo for repairs.It was commisioned out from service at mound City 12-8-65 and later 8-17-65sold at auction to a RR Hudson who used it commercially untill 1875.
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    6th Division, 1st contact

    do you think think that Prentiss' action toward Peabody was in a way trying to cover up he was not "doing his job " as not being on the look out for the confederate army..and Peabody was listening to all info tat was coming into camp? Also,wonder if Prentiss ever read Shea's book.....
  13. mona

    Shiloh primary sources

    Thanks Ozzy and rwaller for the search tips I will work these ways!
  14. mona

    Shiloh primary sources

    hi there are several titles in this list i am interested in reading..do you know how to go about finding a copy..remember..im not that good on the computer..thanks! mona
  15. and the staging of vehicles sounds good to me.
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