Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pittsburgh Landing” in chapter 118, page 367 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4.:

...lled to await transportation until the next morning, near nine o'clock. After great exertion the entire brigade with two batteries of artillery, were embarked on the steamer John J. Roe. We reached Pittsburgh Landing at near eleven o'clock, and at once hastened forward to the scene of conflict in the centre, where a portion of our division was then engaged. Col. Willich, with the Thirty-second Indiana, being ...
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