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I rode , by detours , very cautiously to the top of the ... 2 where I got Mr . Henry H .
Propes , a former pupil of mine at Mossy Creek , as a guide , and we rode up the
North Fork of Naked Creek , behind a low range of mountains between us and ...
We then rode back to the gap and with great difficulty rode up a steep , rough way
, along a gorge , to the cleared fields on the top of the mountain to our left , called
Sitlington ' s Hill , where Gen . Jackson had already taken his command and ...
J . M . McCue rode with me today on his way home . Friday , May 16th . I started
home in the morning and met a wagon load of my people in Jenning ' s Gap
coming to the army to see me ; we all turned back home . Drew my pay for April .
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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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