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Col. Wirt Adams' report , Booneville, Miss, skirm

Two accounts of then-Col. Wirt Adams' regiment's actions at the battle at Booneville, Miss., July 1, 1862, make reference to a report of this action by Adams, who commanded half of the cavalry division of Chalmers as two columns attacked the camps of two regiments of Union cavalry commanded by Col Phillip Sheridan, who had been a horse soldier for about a month. Sheridan's report, which seems to inflate the extent of the action and the colonel's cool, skilful control of the combat, was the basis of his promotion to brigadier general within a few months.

Where is this elusive report of Boonesville by Wirt Adams? I cannot find it in the O.R., nor reference to its location.