Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Grand Ecore, La.” in chapter 142, page 557 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:

...the first day, was shot in the hip, but refused to leave the field for two hours after. It was supposed he would lose his leg in consequence, but the surgeons now think it can be saved. Grand Ecore, La. , April 11, 1864. The army under General Banks left here on the sixth, via Pleasant Hill and Mansfield for Shreveport, with the exception of Smith's forces, consisting of detachments of the Sixtee...
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