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The War Fifty Years Ago
The Battle of Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee,
Attack on General W. T. Sherman's Federal Division
on Sunday Morning, April 6 General U. S. Grant's
Forces Driven From Their Camps by General A. S.
Johnston's Confederates Johnston Killed Rc-en-forcements
Reach GrantOn Monday a Fresh Fed
eral Army Under General Don Carlos Buell Recovers
the Lost Ground Retreat of the Confederates.
Dr Capttln GEORGE L. KILMCH. Lite
U. 5. V.
IN the Confedeinto blrouacs all
wni In readiness to spring tbo
ntttacl; Ukhi General TJIjuses 8.
Grant's advanced lino early on
the moruiug of: Sunday, April a 1SCJ.
General Albert Sidney Johnston, the
Confederate leader, was nt bienkfast
nt ft o'clock nnd. hearing thu sound of
picket tiring on his front, ordered tbo
battle to begin. The onslaught was
made furiously at Slilloh church, whero
General W. T. Sherman's Federal di
vision lay In tents. Sherman was nt
tho eMri'im' front nf Grant's army.
GcncialJ. A. McClernand'n division lay
nearest to Sheiinnn'H In thu rear of it
and to the loft. General It. M. 1'ren
tlsV dlvlrjou lay also to thu left of
Sherman, but tho Confederate ndvaneo
was so directed that I'reiitNs soon
slood ut the front, receiving the full
foreo of tho nttaclc.
Tbo early morning picket fight had
moused some of tho vlgllutit ollleurs
Copyright by novtow of Reviews cempany,
Gi:.Ni:itAI, AMJEItT HIDNUY JOHNSTON, O. S. A.. KITJ.RD IN FRONT
OF Tim "HOItNKTS' MIST," ANJ CJU.NIIIt.U, I', fl. T. IlKAIJIlK,
gaud, a s. a., who succi:i:ni:n JOHNSTON AS C0.M.MANl)i:
OF THIS CONFKDEUATK Alt.MY AT SHILOH.
Iii Slicrman'a and Prentiss' camps, but
the troops were everywhere taken at
a disadvantage by the sudden attack.
Divisions nnd brigades were whirled
into action from time to time without
connection with each other. The Con
federate ndr.inco was furious and up
patently with little regard for the loss
of lifu so long us thu enemy wait driv
en back toward I'lttsburg Landing,
on tbo Tennessee river. Johnston's
aim was to drive Grant Into the river
beforo help could reach him from Gen
eral Dou Carlos Knell's urmy, which
was marching to the Held from the
cast side of tbo Tennessee.
Grunt vwia nluo miles distant from
I'lttsburg Lauding vihen the battle be
gan. The day before General William
Nelson readied Gruut'H headquarters
ut Savannah with a division of Uucll'H
troops, and Grunt scut him forward
toward tho front. Nelsonsald that
Grant told him there wouhl bo no
battlo at that point. Grunt Intended
to await Uuell'a arrival hi person nt
bavanuab, but when the firing becumo
heavy nt Shiloh he hurried to the
field. On the way to the front Grant
ordered General I.ew Wallace, whoso
division was at Crump's Landing, be
low I'lttsburg landing, to inarch to
tuu scene of the lighting. Wallace bad
5,000 men, but through u mlscoueep
lion of orders he took u road which
delayed his arrival on thu battle
Held. Grant's Line of Battle Driven Back.
Grunt's lino was very Irregular ow
ing to tln formation of tho giouiul
and the direction Of tho Confederate
uttuck. Sherman nud MiClcinnud u-ie
close-it, and Mcilleiiimitl helpud Slier
raan'tf Hue to hold on for n time. 1'ivn
tls fought almost ulono ut thu start
and was dilvcu from his camp about
U o'clock n. hi. Hbeiiuan was dilveu
from Ids ulwst 10 n'vlock, and Mo
demand gave way at '-'::;o p. iu. At
M'M General W. II. Ilurlhiirt'H Federal
division lust Its advanced cniup, and
at nightfall ull-that remained Iu light
ing ti!m of flr.int'H ariny was imii-uii-trated
In the original camps of W. II
I.. Wallace's dUUIon. which win near
ost to I'lttsburg Lauding The hntth'
Ueld was Iu pow-ChMuu uf the Confed
erates, When the nttaek began there uiih a
wide gap between Sherman anil Pren
tiss. Thu letlt-at Of Hum- Inn ilii Mum
In the same general direction drew
the lines together iJiter Iu Hie day
thu retivut uf llurlhuit left u m, he
twecu tho lines of MiCleruniid nnd W
II. I. Wallace, r.ud the Ciiufedyr.ili's
pound through, lupti.rlug I'ii-iiIIm
and over L'.Uio of his Minimum!; mIm
part of Wallaco'H rihMou.
Sherman's division appears to have
ben completely dUurgiiiil;ed In get
ting hack to ii now po-sltlou-thnt l
to say, (he units did not tight together.
Prentiss" dlvlvloii was r.llivit from Its
cmnp, but I 'lent Ik milled the co;n
lnaml reglmeiit'h.v regiment mid fiiiin
fit a new lino. Grant unified hint to
bold the second Hue ut all hjittitR
nud lie fought till overwhelmed nnd
The key to tho last position held by
Wallace and Hurlhiirt on the think of
I'roiitlsi was n thicket on the creM of
a hill. In flout vns an open Held
swept by Federal batteries. For live
hours tho Confederates hurled brigade
nfter brigade upon the thicket, and ult
were repulsed with frightful carnage.
At last the tcsyrves of Ilre.cUliiiidgu
were called In to make a last attempt.
John.ston saw the desperate situation
nnd nnld: "They nre making a stub
born fight here. I shall have to put
the bajonet to them." Several regi
ments charged Into the Held, but re
colled under the lire.
The Confederate Lender Killed.
One nf Ilrecklnrldge's Tennessee
regiments halted nt the edge of the
tlehl nnd refused to go In. Ilntkln
ridge nud Governor Harris of Ten
UC!cc, who una present, appealed In
vain. Johnston then lode out bn his
magnlflcent thoroughbred charger,
Flro l'alcr, spoke a few words of en
couragement to the halting Tennes
seeaiis and said, "I will lend you." At
this signal two whole brigades rushed
across the field, shouting wildly as (
they met tho storm of lead from tho 1
ciest. The ehuige went home. Tho J
enemy turned nnd retreated. One of
the straying bullets fired in ret I eat
struck Johnston, and Iu nn hour he
was dead. Hut thu hill, thu "Hornets'
Nest," had fallen. Prentiss was cut
off from help; likewise part of W. II.
I.. Wallace's line.
Tho Confederates say that the stub
born fighting of Prentiss after be had
been Hanked by tho loss of tho "Hor
nets' Nest" saved Grant's army. Theio
wns n lull In tbo attack after Johnston '
fell, and General Ilraxton IlraiL- re- i
opened tho flght by falling upon I'reu- ! Pietitls bud fought so uillnnlly dur
tlss nnd Wallace with Ills Confederate l"B ' bloody boms of Sunday.
Zgg unUMhe caso SSSWSfSI ' """ "M ken
nnd then Wallace led his men back In i " Crittenden's right the division
an attempt to cut his way to the Lnnd- ! f McCook went In. beaded by Items.
Inif. Ho wns killed, and Prentiss. ' 'n' brigade. This brigade led the
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GKNEItAI. It M
I'ltll.NTISH. V S.
finding liluioflf alone and hopelessly
besel, Hiineiid. led his whole loaiuiund
A Gloomy Sunday Hiht.
' Sirr.lnj ultht was a night ur gloom
on the liiitlh'l'fld. Iu Ihu death or
.lo'im'lon the CiiiifMleriiles bad lost n
(lileftalu who hud Justllled the con
tideuee ir his troops lit leading them
to victory. 1 1 unit's ann. dilM-u fiom
Its camps, lay In the upcu Iu a pitiless
lulu niiiaiid Ihe liiudluv; ou Teuiiessee
river, uhleli Jiud luiely been ml veil
from capture by the Confederates
Tile Kulrt'fix or the eni-nij slept III the
tents or (iruiit's enpluifd camp Gen
eral Hfnurfgunl, the t'oureilcrate lead
er whu took iiiinniiinl iiflei .le',ntniiV
rail, rested lu the lent furtuerly ii en
pled by Sherman, ueai ihe little lug
chape) ur Slilloh, which gave I lie Dame
lu the battlellehl
On the lleld where they Irul Imsmi
shot dnun uiirluu the llg'itli.g ur Su.i
iliy lay lti.wxi or 12.000 dead or wound
ed men In blue and gray. Over L'.UUO
Federal prisoners 'from the divisions
it Plenties nnd Wt II. I,. Wallace ero
under guard near the headquarters
of ISenuregatd. at Slilloh church. Pren
tiss met some of his old acquaintances
amongfhls captors. During the night
of gloom be kept his poise nniT said to
the exulting Confederates, "You. gen
tlemen, have bad your way today, but
lluell will effect a Junction with Grant
tonight, and we'll turn the tables ou
you In the morning."
"There Is Buell !''
Early on Monday morning the rattle
of musketry and the boom of guns off
towntd thu Landing signaled a renewal
of the battle, and Prentiss exclaimed.
"Ah: Didn't I tell Jon so? There Is
lluell!" Throughout thu night ot Sun
day SUM Niels uf all descriptions hud
been nt uoil; fcirjlug the divisions
of lliiell's Army of the Ohio ucioss the
Tennessee river to re enforce Grant.
The divisions of Geneial A. Mel), Me
Cook and General I,. U Crittenden all
dossed during thu night nud uiaahcd
to the flout, nheie the most uctltu
Confederates had been teen when
night Closed In ou the Uth. This was
the giound along hu river abute the
lauding, tho left wing of the IVilul-iil
army as It went into battle ou the 7th,
Shlluh's second day.
That pait or the field, the scene of
lluell's inhume oil thu morning of
April 7, uns trutcitvil by n road lead
lug fium the lauding to Slilloh Unilili
and hejoud to Coiliiih. Coiiuth, Miss.,
tuunty-tlueo iiilk-s fium Pltt'thurg
Lauding, was the point uliued ut b)
Giant wliusi lie could get bis army,
with lluell's rucufuneiuciitH, In hand
I'lom Corinth the ('Mifideinlis bad
mulched stealthily iioilliuniil to ow-r
whelm Grant befoie ihe iillh.il of
lluell. They sueieeded Iu the hutlle nf
Sunday In drhlug him from liLsinmpj
along thu Coiiuth ruuds huik to the
rher hiiilTs n round Hie l.u.dlug.
(Jrant's own nrniy fonued thu right
Ming of the united fniie us It f.uid 1'iu
eueiiiy for buttle on .ioim-iy. 'Hie ill
lloli of Lew Wullaif. Willi Ii hud u I
bei-ii Iu the battle or Kuuil.i). heal I lie
extreme right, oil the left of Wull.nr
ihe i, .mains nf Sherman's division, then
MiClcruiiud's and Uurdiuit's, w.,i
iiii:h legliueiils of the lilw.loiu of W
II L. Wallace, Ilurlbuil and Pre..li
distributed 111 the line. Lew Wall.
opened the battle of Moudn. on tin
light nud Nch-.on's dhlsluii of Un.ll's
uiuiy ou thu left.
Sherman ienled im.crs from Grant
at daylight on thu 7th to advance ami
reiapluio hlr ground or the day before
around Slilloh chuich. lie walled un
til 10 o'clock, when the sound of the
guus ou thu left, where lluell was I'd
vanclug, told him that the Army of tl.e
Ohio was driving the Confederates
back nlong the' road to Slilloh church.
Sherman's udy'aucu was slow, for tberu
wos a gap between bis lluu and that uf
Lew Wallace, ptl to the right.
Nelson's !oll advance ou tbo left was
chcikcd ut tho outset by thu Confcder-
lluell sent Nelson two
battel les from Cilttenden's ilhlslnu.
and with tho help of their lire Nelson's
leading brigade, under llnzuii, charged
and ciiptuied the Confederate battery
which blocked their road forward. Two
other butteries of the enemy opentd
upon Iluzen. and at thu same time a
brigade of Confederates charged the
lulicpld ranks. In this tcrrinc minliat
Ihe Forly-llrst Ohio lot 110 killed nud
wounded out or 1171 In Hue.
Crittenden's division toik up (he
fight on Ihe right of Nelson. The
bloodiest combat of this dlWslon was
lu the ch.ipairal and Jungle, wheie
A., DKFKNDLIt OFI'IU! "IIOItNUTS'
LllVV WALLACE, 0. S. A.
attack on tho road past Shiloh church,
whcie llcauregurd bad massed gnus
nud legimeiits to defend tho Hue or ie
tre.it. Itonsbeau swept nwuy batteries
mid teglmcuts nud soon leeuptured thu
former beadipuirters of McClerna nil's
division, lu the rear of Sherman's old
camp, 1 lean regard's last stronghold,
ltousseau's light was bloody and hu
role. McCook outstilpped Sherman In thu
racu for thu old camp ut Shiloh. As
his lluu dlow near thu chinch tho flru
beeuine bolter The Confederates wero
making n iJst stand for thu freu road
of retieut. Already Iteauregnril had
eut woid along the lino to withdraw,
'but the rush of McCook's.mun threat
ened to tut off nil escape.
lteauiegard was compelled to retreat
nr face odds In battle of two to one.
Ills nriii) had lnt ti.oon soldiers killed
or wounded lu (he two days' hattlu u:ul
the I'cditiiil armies ulsuit 10,000.
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