Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Big Creek Gap” in chapter 8.67 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:

...d Scott's brigade of cavalry, twelve or fifteen hundred men, beyond Boston. The greater portion of the artillery and the wagon trains were still engaged in the difficult passage of the mountains at Big Creek Gap . The artillery horses were of little service, so steep was the ascent, and the footing insecure, but the men fastened long ropes to the guns and caissons, and, twenty or thirty pulling together, dr...
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Big Creek Gap (Tennessee, United States) 219 10 3 0 0 user votes

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