Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chicago” in chapter 22 of Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1.:
...nearly two days. Seeing no hope of relief, Pegram offered to surrender to McClellan; and on Sunday morning, the 14th, he and his followers were escorted into the camp of the chief at Beverly by some Chicago cavalry.
When it was discovered that Garnett had fled, McClellan ordered a hot pursuit.
He sent a detachment from his own column, under Captain H. W. Benham, his Chief Engineer, to join that of...
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