Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Pickett” in chapter 1.70, section c.1.70.94, page 359 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...selves. We felled trees and by noon had made a substantial breastwork. We could plainly hear a heavy and continuous fire some distance to our left; all sorts of rumors were afloat. At that time General Pickett was absent and no one seemed to know where he was. 'Twas said that General Bushrod Johnson, on our left, was being beaten back, and was calling for aid; again that General Munford, with two cavalry b...
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