Page 9: June 9-14, 1864
June 9. Laying still behind the breastworks drew one days ration to last one (that is if we can get rations)
June 10. Picked up our traps and moved to the left some three miles and commenced skirmishing
June 11. Held our position and built breastworks. No movements of notice heavy canonading on our left
June 12, 1864. Laying behind the breastworks all quiet except skirmishing
June 13. Still in our rifle pits. Heavy canonading on the left with thirty two pounders
June 14. Shelled the Rebles off of a strong position. Gen. Polk was killed.
Repository: Mohican Historical Society, Cleo Redd Fisher Museum, Loudonville, Ohio