Statistics for occurrence #1 of “South Carolina” in chapter 2 of Brig.-Gen. Bradley T. Johnson, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 2.1, Maryland:
...al at Pikesville, where there was a deposit of antiquated arms and a considerable supply of gunpowder.
All the city companies of militia were under arms in their armories.
Col. Benjamin Huger, of South Carolina , who had been in command at Pikesville for some years, but who had just resigned from the army of the United States, was made colonel of the Fifty-third regiment, Maryland militia, composed of the In...
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