Statistics for occurrence #1 of “West-Point” in chapter 21, page 252 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...e, there in the pale moonlight, served as the requiem of one who gave himself to his country.
General William P. Sanders was but twenty-eight years of age, a native of Kentucky, and a graduate of West-Point in 1856.
When the war broke out he was First Lieutenant of dragoons.
He was appointed Captain in the Sixth regulars, and distinguished himself in the Maryland and Peninsula campaigns.
In 1863, ...
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