The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 32, In Three Parts. Part 1, Reports. Page: 23
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January 17, slight skirmish with the enemy; under orders fell back
to Strawberry Plains at night; Third Division in the rear.
January 18, encamped at Flat Creek, Tenn., and beyond Holston
River, in vicinity of Strawberry Plains.
January 20, ordered and moved to Sevierville via Knoxville.
January 21, passed through Knoxville and went into camp south
of the Holston.
January 23, two brigades of Second Division ordered to Loudon
and one brigade to Kingston; two brigades of Third Division ordered
to Maryville and one brigade to Leroir's ; * moved on same day.
January 25, in position with headquarters at Loudon.
January 26 to 28, First Division brigade camps at Bridgeport,
Shellmound, and Whiteside's broken up and division moved toward
January 29 and 30, in position near Tyner's Station.
Broke up camp at Tyner's Station and moved First Brigade to
Blue Springs on the 5th; Second Brigade toward Ooltewah on the
3d, thence to Blue Springs on the 6th; Third Brigade toward
Charleston on the 2d, thence to Cleveland on the 4th, toward
Ooltewah on the 5th, and to Blue Springs on the 6th. The First
Brigade at Blue Springs during month guarding East Tennessee and
Georgia Railroad; Second and .Third Brigades engaging in recon-
naissance toward Dalton, Ga.; on the 22d skirmishing with enemy,
and on the 28th returning to camp. Brigadier-General Cruft in com-
mand of division from 13th until close of the month, Major-General
Stanley being temporarily absent.
The First Brigade broke up camp at Kingston, and was moved to
Loudon under department orders of the 31st ultimo. Division en-
camped at London during the month, procuring forage and subsist-
ence, guarding depots and railroads and establishing ferries. Four
regiments from Third Brigade and section of artillery moved to
Sweet Water on the 17th and returned on 22d. During absence of
Major-General Sheridan Brigadier-General Wagner in command
from the 24th instant.
Under orders from department commander to concentrate at
Knoxville, was moved on the 15th, and reported at Knoxville to
Major-General Schofield on 16th. Moved to Flat Creek on 24th, to
Strawberry Plains on 27th, and to New Market on 28th. Brigadier-
General Wood returning from absence resumed command on the
12th. Headquarters of the corps during the month at Loudon, Tenn.
*The return of Third Division reports that the Forty-fourth Indiana. Eighth Kan-
sas, Twenty-third Kentucky, and Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Nineteenth, Forty-first, and
Forty-ninth Ohio Regiments were sent home during the month on veteran furlough,
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United States. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 32, In Three Parts. Part 1, Reports., book, 1891; Washington D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth152618/m1/44/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.