Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Bull's Gap” in chapter 56 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
... Infantry skirmishers on the left also fought most stubbornly; but the cavalry being driven back, they were flanked and forced back to the grand reserve.
In the open ground, looking tip the road to Bull's Gap , was a semi-circular depression, a sort of natural rifle-pit, in which the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth, grand reserve, had been posted.
This proved to be the key to the whole position.
The men f...
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