Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Powhite Creek” in chapter 1.52 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...her brave men, had fallen victims in this bloody onset.
At a quickened pace we continued to advance without firing a shot, down the slope over a body of our soldiers lying on the ground, and across Powhite Creek , when amid the fearful roar of musketry and artillery, I gave the order to fix bayonets and charge.
With a ringing shout we dashed up the steep hill, through the abattis and over the breastworks up...
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