Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Morton Station” in chapter 125, page 476 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
... in arrest, and when volunteers were called for to attempt to hold their ground, they could not find an hundred to the regiment who were willing to make the trial.
The Seventeenth corps halted at Morton Station on the ninth, and the Sixteenth corps passed to the front.
Great numbers of dead mules and horses lay along the road; wagons, ammunition, blankets, clothing, and guns, were scattered by the wayside...
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