Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Seminary Ridge” in chapter 2.13, section c.2.13.44, page 206 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 5.:
...ere it was easy for the men to drop out from the ranks and remain for a time behind.
I see no reason to doubt General Doubleday's statement that on the 1st of July, the First corps, when it reached Seminary Ridge , after several days of hard marching, was for the time being reduced from 11,350 men present to 8,200 fighting men. Many of the stragglers joined the army before the end of the battle, but it is not ...
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