Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. J. Smith” in chapter 1.27 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...an, shot through the breast before the guns were placed.
The next was F. Phillips, the next James L. Burks.
There was a force, seen dimly through the smoke, that they thought to be Confederate.
J. J. Smith , Gunner No. 8, was sent to the roof of a negro cabin to observe these friendly troops.
The smoke lifted—and it was only the smoke that was grey.
The men in blue fired upon Gunner No. 8, and...
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