Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Taylor” in chapter 1.2, section c.1.2.7, page 40 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5.:

...lonel Taylor's position, then, to the left, the apparent drooping of Pettigrew's line and its apparent echelon advance must, I think, have been the result of his right-oblique view of the charge. Colonel Taylor is again at fault when he says the charge was made down a gentle slope, and then up to the enemy's lines, a distance of over half a mile, denuded of forests, and in full sight of the enemy and perfec...

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