Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richardson” in chapter 5 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2.:
...usetts, and the Twelfth New York regiments.
It was rightly determined that these troops, if they fought at all, should be apportioned to ground of which they already had partial knowledge.
Behind Richardson , and near Centreville, Col. Miles was to take up his position in reserve, with his entire First and Second brigades.
These included the Eighth (German Rifles) and Twenty-ninth New York regiments, t...
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