Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Taylor's Ridge” in chapter 98 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...oops were in motion, and a column of cavalry came filing down the road.
It was Colonel Harrison at the head of his Thirty-ninth Indiana boys.
He was going to push forward through Ringgold Gap, in Taylor's Ridge , supported by the infantry at proper distance.
General Carlin's brigade, and the Nineteenth Illinois, of General King's brigade, were prepared to support the cavalry.
General R. W. Johnson, to wh...
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