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" ... our left and for a very considerable distance in front, the ground being covered with old fallen timber, probably occasioned by a tornado, which rendered it impracticable for the cavalry to act with effect, and afforded the enemy the most favorable... "
THE LOYAL WEST IN THE Times of the Rebellion; ALSO, BEFORE AND SINCE: BRING ... - Page 181
by JOHN W. BARBER - 1865
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The Life of George Washington,: Commander in Chief of the American ..., Volume 5

John Marshall - 1807
...inaccessible to horse by a quantity of fallen timber which appeared to have been blown up in a tornado. They were formed in three lines, within supporting distance of each other ; and, according to their custom, with a very extended front. Their line stretched to the west, at right angles...
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History of the Discovery of America, of the Landing of Our Forefathers at ...

Henry Trumbull - 1812 - 192 pages
...to act with effect, and afforded the enemy the most favourable covert for their mode of warfare; the Savages were formed in three lines within supporting...distance of each other, and extending for near two niiJes at right angles with the river. I soon discovered from' the weight of the fire and extent of...
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Travels in the Central Portions of the Mississippi Valley: Comprising ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1825 - 459 pages
...to act with effect, and afforded the enemy the most favourable covert for their mode of warfare. The savages were formed in three lines, within supporting...with the river. I soon discovered from the weight of their fire and extent of their lines,, that the enemy were in full force in front, in possession of...
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Travels in the Central Portions of the Mississippi Valley: Comprising ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1825 - 459 pages
...extending for near two miles at right angles with the river. I soon discovered from the weight of their fire and extent of their lines, that the enemy were in full force ill front, in possession of their lavourite ground, and endeavouring to turn our left Sank. I therefore...
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The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the Armies of the ...

David Ramsay - 1832 - 252 pages
...inaccessible to horse, by a quantity of fallen timber, which appeared to have been blown up in a tornado. They were formed in three lines, within supporting distance of each other ; and, according to their custom, with a very extended front. Their line stretched to the west, at right angles...
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A Memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio

James Hall - 1836 - 323 pages
...warfare, they were formed in three lines, within supporting distance of each other, and extending nearly two miles, at right angles with the river. " I soon...were in full force in front, in possession of their favourite ground, and endeavouring to turn our left flank. I therefore gave orders for the second line...
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A Memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio

James Hall - 1836 - 323 pages
...with effect, and afforded the enemy the most favourable covert for their savage mode of warfare, they were formed in three lines, within supporting distance of each other, and extending nearly two miles, at right angles with the river. " I soon discovered, from the weight of the fire,...
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The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison

Samuel Jones Burr - 1840 - 304 pages
...two miles, at right angles with the river. " I soon discovered from the weight of the fire, and the extent of their lines, that the enemy were in full...therefore gave orders for the second line to advance, to sunnort th* first, and directed Major General SCOTT to gain and turn the right flank of the savages,...
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The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison

Samuel Jones Burr - 1840 - 300 pages
...warfare, they •were formed in three lines within supporting distance of each other, and extending nearly two miles, at right angles with the river. " I soon discovered from the weight of the fire, and the extent of their lines, that the enemy were in full force in front, in possession of their favorite...
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The Life of William Henry Harrison (of Ohio,): The People's Candidate for ...

Isaac Rand Jackson - 1840 - 218 pages
...with effect, and afforded the' enemy the most favourable covert for their savage mode of warfare, they were formed in three lines, within supporting distance of. each other, and extending nearly two miles, at right angles with the river. " I soon discovered, from the weight of the fire,...
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