History 31st Regiment Illinois Volunteers Organized by John A. Logan

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Contents.
FOREWORD XV
PUBLISHER'S NOTE XXIII
INTRODUCTORY 9
CHAPTER I. — Organization of the Regiment. Camp Dunlap. Cairo. Military Drill. September and October, 1861. The "Queen's Arm." The Manual of Arms. Pearson, Logan and White. "Hardee's Tactics." Positions of Federals and Confederates. The Seizure of Paducah. Oglesby on the March. Hunter's Point. Belmont, Logan, White. "Take to the Trees and Fight them Indian Fashion." The Thirty-first as Rear Guard. The Gun Boats Lexington and Tyler. Trophies. "Belmont Charge." Generals Halleck, McClelland, McClernand. The Thirty-first in Western Kentucky. Return to Cairo. The Confederate Position in the South-west. Forts on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers. Discussing Probabilities 17
CHAPTER II. — Preparations for Expedition to Fort Henry. An Accomodating Sutler. McClernand, a Division Commander, succeeded by Oglesby. The Thirty-first on the Minnehaha. Debarkation at Bailey's Ferry. The "Queen's Arm" exchanged for Enfield Rifles. The Gun Boats. "Place your troops on the roads to Fort Donelson and Dover and hold them in readiness to storm the works on receipt of orders." Fall of Fort Heiman. Henry surrenders to the Navy. Confederates retreat upon Donelson. The Thirty-first in the Confederate Barracks. Corn meal, salt, pork and potatoes. Scenes within the fort. Com

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