Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pittsburg landing” in chapter 1.54 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...uch of their extent.
A primeval forest, cumbered with a great deal of undergrowth, covered the region, except a few small farms of fifty or seventy acres, scattered occasionally here and there.
Pittsburg landing , a warehouse and a house or two by the water's side, lay three miles below the mouth of Lick Creek. Two roads leading from Corinth, crossing Lick Creek about a mile apart, converge together about two...
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