Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Color Sergeant Larkin” in chapter 1.25 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...erefore, carried into that field only the Confederate battle flag—a course which I believed also to be more in accordance with military rule, and which course after Gettysburg, in which battle Color Sergeant Larkin was shot through the body as he was crossing the stone wall with them, was permanently adopted, and our loved colors not again carried into action. I am, dear madam, very respectfully and truly y...
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