Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Culp's hill” in chapter 1.25, section c.1.25.66, page 147 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33.:
...t"> of rocky ridge and rugged hills.
The lower convex curve of the hook was the Cemetery hill opposite the town.
To the northeast the ridge curved back to the barb of the hook, the rocky sides of Culp's hill , and to the south and east the long shank lay across the country for several miles to find its head in the double Round Top. Two main roads from the east came within the hook on their way to Gettysbu...
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