Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Breckinridge” in chapter 1.54, section c.1.54.61, page 214 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...ath was a wooded, secluded hollow, and the loss of their chief was not known to the Confederate Army until that night, nor even generally then.
About the time of this calamity the reserves, under Breckinridge , were thrown vigorously into action.
Bragg had applied, through his aid, Colonel Urquhart, for a diversion to his rightward against some batteries which were distressing his front and keeping his m...
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