Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Major Shepherd” in chapter 26, section c.26.20, page 170 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 4.:

...gia (Colonel IHodges), but the honor of the capture was not exclusively theirs. They could not have taken, certainly could not have held the guns, if Lieutenant-Colonel Harris, and after his death, Major Shepherd , on the left with the Second Georgia, and Colonel DuBose, with the Fifteenth Georgia, on the right, had not by the hardest kind of fighting and at great loss protected their flanks. Colonel DuBose ...
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