Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Boonesboro” in chapter 1.31, section c.1.31.114, page 276 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...t 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 the fight of the previous day was now made manifest, as artillery, ambulances and infantry were met retreating down the mountain. The brigade, having ascended a mile ...
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