Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Boonesboro” in chapter 1.31 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...ant boom of artillery assured us of the bloody conflict going on at South Mountain, the issue of which we were in suspense to know. The march in the afternoon brought the command to the vicinity of Boonesboro , where a brief halt was made after nightfall to rest and feed the horses. Near midnight the march was resumed in the direction of the mountain pass above Boonesboro. The disaster to our arms in t...
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