Co. E was part of Symon's Regiment, 1st Regiment, and commanded by Angus Morrison, recently Ordinary of our county. They went by rail from Thomasville to the sand walled artillery fort on the Great Ogeechee, protecting a vital railroad bridge, just upriver, from federal gunboats. Under the higher command of Gen. Lafayette McLaws and the post command of Major Anderson of nearby Lebanon Plantation, they faced Sherman's huge well armed forces who needed to punch through to obtain supplies from the federal fleet. Co. E had 47 men on duty when Sherman's much larger force attacked late on Dec. 13, 1864.The box camera and later models replaced the studio and produced many good images from the 1900a#39;s. Many turned up for this ... As motor vehicles replaced horses and mules, stations to sell gas, repair tires and automobiles and provide related services appeared. By World War I, ... Early gas tanks required the glass reservoir at the top to be filled before gas was pumped into the vehicle. ... Spella#39;s Service Station operated in Morven in the 1930a#39;s and was in business in 1950. Arnoldanbsp;...
|Title||:||Remembering Morven and the Old 660th district|
|Author||:||Stephen W. Edmondson|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-04|