Lieutenant-Colonel J.S. Fullerton, in Official Records(including references to Laiboldt and Long at Charleston and Calhoun, Tennessee)
The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 31 (Ch. 43), In Three Parts. Part 3, Correspondence, etc.
On Christmas Eve, 1863, J.S. Fullerton wrote this piece of 1863 correspondence to General Gordon Granger concerning the contents of the wagon train. The train was attacked three days later.
[Ref.: O.R., Ser. 1, vol. 31, Pt. 3 (Correspondence), (Fullerton to Granger, Dec. 24, 1863, 483-484), 484.]
J.S. Fullerton correspondence in Official Records
Article about The Army of the Cumberland, written by J.S. Fullerton:
Century Illustrated, 1887
Source: J.S. Fullerton, "The Army of the Cumberland at Chattanooga" (136-150), The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (Vol 34), (via Google eBooks; orig. publ.: Century Company, 1887), 147.
[Granger]: " '...they started up without orders. When those fellows get started, all hell can't stop them.' "
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