Statistics for occurrence #1 of “L. E. Polk” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10.:
In the advance Deshler's, and larger part of Wood's, brigades, of of Cleburne's Division, more than half over-lapped Stewart's division on its rear, therefore could not take part in the assault.
L. E. Polk 's brigade, and Lowry's regiment, of Wood's brigade, struck the works of the enemy squarely in front, but were too weak to force them.
Polk, unable to advance his brigade, determined not to retreat...
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