Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Major L. D. Andrews” in chapter 1.27, section c.1.27.108, page 251 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...long the line announced the fact that the enemy was running and a victory was gained.
After camping on the battlefield over night, the march was continued.
Lieutenant-Colonel Armfield being sick, Major L. D. Andrews was now in command.
The regiment was engaged at Cold Harbor and Frazier's Farm.
At the latter place the Confederate troops fought with unusual bravery, not seeming to realize the presence of dang...
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