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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., From the Wilderness to Cold Harbor. (search)
othold on the south side. A detachment from Ox Ford is otherwise known as Anderson bridge and Ford. Anderson's Station is Verdon, and the ch. Cady house is J. Anderson's. Warren's corps was sent down on the south side to help Burnside across, Crittenden's division of Burnside's corps forded the river on the 24th at Quar preventing the cooperation of these two corps in the attack at Cold Harbor the next day. Early in the morning of the 2d I was ordered to move with my own and Anderson's brigades, of Field's division, to reenforce the line on the right, exercising my own discretion as to the point where assistance was most needed. After puttins army as it passed through the Wilderness is above criticism. Fault can be found only with its execution. The two divisions of Longstreet at Gordonsville, and Anderson's division of Hill's corps left on the Upper Rapidan, were too widely separated from the rest of the army, and, as the event proved, should have been in supporti