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H. Logan were among the killed. The entire loss of the Fourteenth Regiment was eighty five. The Fourteenth was sent to Vicksburg soon after the Red River disaster, and in July was in the Battle of Tupelo, after which it was in Memphis for some time. In September it was sent into Missouri, and a portion under General Ewing was in the defense of Pilot Knob. In November, 1864, the regiment was sent to Davenport and there mustered out, as Nike Air Force Bordeaux
f April the Confederate army assailed the advance columns of the Union men near Mansfield. After a brave fight against superior numbers Ransom's Division gave way in confusion, renforcements coming up a division at a time only to be beaten in detail. The road was blockaded by miles of wagon trains, obstructing the renforcing columns, and soon the advance of the Union army became a routed, fleeing mob infantry, cavalry, artillery and wagon trains in utter confusion. Ten guns, two hundred and sixty nine wagons and more than 1,000 prisoners fell into the hands of the enemy. General Emory in the rear, near Pleasant Grove, taking a strong position, finally checked the advance of the Confederates. Opening his ranks to let the retreating army pass through, the line closed again on the double quick, and poured into the faces of the advancing enemy a terrific fire that mowed down hundreds and checked the pursuit. Again and again the Confederates charged on Emory's Air Force One Brown lines only to be hurled back in confusion, when night at last put an end to the bloody conflict. General Smith's veterans were in reserve, and on the next day at Pleasant Hill made a vigorous stand. Colonel Shaw's Brigade, composed of the Fourteenth, Twenty seventh and Thirty second Iowa and the Twenty fourth Missouri was formed across the main road by which the enemy must advance to the attack. At four o'clock the Confederates again assailed the Union army and a desperate battle ensued.
Not troops ever made a more heroic fight than Shaw's "Iron Brigade. ""Colonel Shaw, commanding the Second Brigade, deserves great credit for the able manner in which he repelled cavalry charges. The Texas cavalry undertook to break his lines; he ordered his men to reserve their fire until the rebels were within thirty yards. As the cavalry came on, Air Force 1 Navy Blue
the term for which it enlisted had expired. About two hundred men had reenlisted as veterans, and they, under command of Captain Hoffbauer, were sent to Springfield, Illinois, and did duty in guarding prisoners until the close of the war. On the 4th of October, 1864, when Colonel Shaw was in command of Air Force Black Mid
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each man selected his victim until the four hundred were close upon them, when a terrific fire emptied nearly every saddle. Of this cavalry regiment not more than ten men escaped. "The next morning General Banks continued to retreat, having lost in three days nearly 4,000 men, eighteen guns and many wagons, the whole campaign being a disastrous failure. At the Battle of Pleasant Hill, Lieutenant Colonel Newbold, Lieutenants W. N. McMillen, Joseph Shanklin and G.
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