Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dick Taylor” in chapter 9, page 90 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
...ville and thence to Thibodeaux.
Behind an open Atchafalaya, he could see the Red river country free to his troops.
These two expeditions, therefore, were an advance in force of a powerful army.
Dick Taylor was on the Teche awaiting him with 4,000 men all told.
For the Confederate leader, the larger the enemy's column, the more he enjoyed the shock of battle.
Banks had been building up rainbows duri...
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