Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Hill” in chapter 1.22, section c.1.22.98, page 214 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...aps in their ranks and strewed the ground with their dead. Some of them reached the batteries, and the blue and the gray were mingled as they lay around the old sheds and barns in the Crew field. General Hill , in describing this scene, says it was not war—it was murder. The battle was delivered by fourteen brigades, while six divisions lay near...
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