Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Americans” in chapter 16, page 211 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...rocky, and deeply furrowed slopes, presented an imposing barrier to our advance, and when to these natural obstacles were added almost interminable well-planned and well-constructed defences, held by Americans , the assault became an enterprise worthy of the ambition and renown of the troops to whom it was intrusted.
On the northern slope, midway between the summit and the Tennessee, a plateau or belt of ...
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