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While Longstreet's men prepared for rail transport, a small skirmish occurred in Greeneville, Tennesseeon November 6. Robert Ransom, Jr. William E. Longstreet's plan was to travel by railroad to Sweetwater, Tennesseeapproximately halfway to Knoxville, but it was a journey fraught by problems.

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Grant readily accepted. On November 14, Longstreet erected a bridge across the Tennessee River west of Loudon and began his pursuit of Burnside. Wheeler's cavalry approached Knoxville on November 15 and attempted to occupy the heights overlooking the city from the south bank of the Holston Riverbut resistance from the Federal cavalrymen under William Sanders and the threat of artillery in the forts on the river's southern bank caused him Single women East Corinth Vermont abandon his plan and rejoin Longstreet's main body on the northern Eqst of the river.

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Union wire entanglements—telegraph wire stretched from one tree stump to another to another—delayed the attack, but the fort's outer ditch halted the Confederates. This ditch was twelve feet 3. The fort's exterior slope was also almost vertical. Crossing the ditch was nearly impossible, especially under withering defensive fire from musketry and Single women East Corinth Vermont. Confederate officers did lead their men into the ditch, but, without scaling ladders, few emerged on the scarp side, and the few who entered the fort were wounded, killed, or captured.

The attack lasted twenty minutes and resulted in extremely lopsided casualties: As Longstreet contemplated his next move, he received word that Bragg's army was soundly defeated at the Battle of Chattanooga on November Although he was ordered to rejoin Bragg, Longstreet felt the order was impracticable and informed Bragg that he would return with his command to Virginia but would maintain the siege on Knoxville as long as possible in the hopes that Burnside and Grant could be prevented from Housewives looking sex tonight Richwood forces and annihilating the Army of Tennessee.

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