The enemy, defeated in two days of battle at Pittsburg Landing, had sullenly retired to Corinth, whence he had come.
I enclose you a letter describing the battle of Pittsburg Landing, which will interest you.
Pittsburg Landing, as its name indicates, was simply a landing place for steamboats.
The orders are to hold Pittsburg Landing and the honorable post of exterior line in front is given to this Division.
His division at last reached Pittsburg Landing and was carried across the river in the steamers.
In a week or ten days after our arrival at Pittsburg Landing, the roads had dried up so as to be quite passable.
There is a deep ravine just above Pittsburg Landing, which extends northwest half a mile.
She was at Corinth, and at Pittsburg Landing, serving our men in storm and darkness.
The day following my arrival at Pittsburg Landing I rode over the battle-field.
He made his head-quarters at Savannah, a small town ten miles below Pittsburg Landing, on the east side of the river.