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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 4: military operations in Western Virginia, and on the sea-coast (search)
Inlet. Late in September he was re-enforced by Colonel Brown and his Twentieth Indiana regiment. In the means to Pamlico, above Cape Hatteras. Hawkins sent Colonel Brown, Sept. 29. with his Twentieth Indiana, up the i camp equipage, provisions, and intrenching tools of Brown's regiment. It defeated his undertaking; for when, ers at Keneekut and Chicomicocomico, above and below Brown's Camp, under cover of shells thrown from the armed under Major Vogdes, sent out of the fort by Colonel Harvey Brown, its commander, to aid them. Two other compst about one hundred and fifty, Report of Colonel Harvey Brown to Adjutant-General E. D. Townsend, October then numbered about thirteen hundred men, under Colonel Brown. The number of the Confederates, whose works sts. Having determined to attack Bragg's works, Colonel Brown invited flagofficer McKean, who was in command ok the next morning, when it ceased. Report of Colonel Brown, November 24th, 1861; also of Commodore McKean t