Downing’s Civil War Diary.–Alexander G. Downing.

Monday, 28th—We struck our tents and at sunup started on our march for Bolivar, Tennessee. Our guide took us on the wrong road and we countermarched about ten miles, thus not being far from our starting point. The guide was tied and taken back to Corinth.[1] It is very warm and the roads are dusty. Our road being on high ground, we found water very scarce, and what little we got was of poor quality. General Turtle is in command of our division, the Sixth.

 


[1] I never learned what became of him.—A. G. D.


Diary of Alexander G. Downing; Company E, Eleventh Iowa Infantry

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