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Two brigades of Gordon went to the left of Martinsburg , and one ( York ' s ) to the
right . Destroyed Tuscarora bridge , took 21 men and horses , 5 wagon loads of
coal , and 5 coils of telegraph wire . Left at 4 P . M . and came back to Bunker Hill
Pretty day . Cavalry on Stony Creek . Church at night . Tuesday , October 11 .
Troops remained in camp . A lovely day . I looked after telegraph . Had two
parties at work — Gordon ' s and Ramseur ' s pioneers . Took Kershaw ' s
pioneers late in ...
I told him General Gordon had a plan to propose , and stated the substance of it
to General Early and showed him the map , as I did not wish his judgment to be
forestalled by General Pegram . Soon all the division commanders , General ...
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I found this to be quite an unusual book, but if you are interested in cartography in the nineteenth century, very interesting indeed. Hotchkiss wasn't a mapping professional at the start of the war ... Read full review
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