Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lee's Hill” in chapter 19 of Jubal Anderson Early, Ruth Hairston Early, Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early , C. S. A.:
...g them are higher eminences.
On the east of Hazel Run and the Telegraph Road is quite a high hill farther back than Marye's Hill and overlooking it and nearly the whole ground, to which the name of Lee's Hill has been given, because it was the position generally occupied by General Lee during the battle.
Burnside's army had taken position on and in rear of Stafford Heights, and the heights themselves...
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