Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Big Sewell Mountain” in chapter 1.34, section c.1.34.15, page 100 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...by a tight rein, such vim and eagerness did he manifest to go right ahead soon as he was mounted.
When General Lee took command of the Wise Legion and Floyd Brigade that were encamped at and near Big Sewell Mountain in the fall of 1861, he first saw this horse and took a great fancy to it. He called it his colt, and said he would need it before the war was over.
When the general saw my brother on this horse he...
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