I'm looking for information on the 4th Louisiana's participation in the Battle of Shiloh on April 6-7, 1862. I know that the Regimental Commander was Colonel Henry Allen, and that the Regiment was part of Bragg's Corps. The unit was part of the fighting at the Hornet's Nest on April 6. I am looking for any first hand accounts of the Shiloh campaign from a member of the 4th Louisiana, especially the perspective of Company G, the Beaver Creek Rifles, under then Captain James Wingfield. Apparently, Company G did not re-enlist in the 4th Louisiana after their initial 12 months of service were up following the Shiloh campaign, instead forming Company E of the 3rd Louisiana Cavalry (also known as the 1st Louisiana Cavalry Regiment, Partisan Rangers; 9th Louisiana Cavalry Battalion, Partisan Rangers or Wingfield's Cavalry). Captain Wingfield became Colonel Wingfield and commanded the entire partisan ranger unit.
Any ideas as to where to find any first hand accounts of Shiloh and any other expoits of the 4th Infantry/3rd Cavalry would be greatly appreciated.