Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Big Nance creek” in chapter 1.4, section c.1.4.3, page 46 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...n my little party, but fortunately they could not depress their guns sufficiently to harm us. Their shot and shells passed over our heads.
Just before night our command moved back to Courtland.
Big Nance creek being very high, the drivers swam their horses across at the ford and the cannoneers passed the pieces over the railroad bridge by hand.
We remained in the streets of Courtland during the night.
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