Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hamilton's Crossing” in chapter 17 of Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence:

... whom I exchanged a few words of friendly greeting for the last time, as a few hours afterwards he was a corpse. Jackson had chosen his own position on an eminence, within a few hundred yards of Hamilton's Crossing , which rose above the general elevation of the ridge in a similar manner to Lee's Hill on the left, and which has ever since borne the name of Jackson's Hill, from its having been rendered historica...
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