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I followed the road along the eastern foot of the Blue Ridge to the one leading
across by Jarman ' s Gap , then took that and crossed the mountain and reached
Staunton about dark . Finding that Col . Williamson had gone on to Gen .
eral Ewell and we went on in advance of the army , crossing the Blue Ridge at
Chester ' s Gap and reached Front Royal , by 11 A . M . , with our advance . The
passing of a pontoon train the day before had made the people anticipate our ...
... very rough one . We did not reach Lynchburg until 8 P . M . , then we tried to get
transportation , but could find no officer . ... Got transportation and left Lynchburg
for Salem at 8 A . M . ; reached Salem by 2 P . M . , and found Maj . A . W . Pitzer ...
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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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