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Ben Ream and Brandon Harbaugh
Con. A.C. Harding
Gen. Joseph Wheeler
Stewart County, Tennessee near Indian Creek and by Cumberland River near Floyd Tennessee
The Union tried an all out attack that failed and alerted the Southern infantry. The Union fired the first shot.
UNION CONFEDERACY 2,331 soldiers 15,067 soldiers
Nathan Bradford Forrest escaped with supplies and 500 men.
U.S Grant launched two unsuccessful probing attack. Flag man Foote was wounded during a gunboat attack on the water batteries, but there was a bloody repulse.
The Confederates attempted to break out and escape to Nashville, Tennessee.
Thanks to all the hard work by the Union leaders and soldiers.
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