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George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Chapter 3: through Harper's Ferry to Winchester—The Valley of the Shenandoah. (search)
brigade, was made up of the 2d, 4th, 5th, 27th, and 33d Virginia regiments. The second brigade (Burks's) consisted of the 21st, 42d, 48th Virginia and the Irish battalion; the third brigade consiste Strasburg, Fulkerson's brigade having marched from Woodstock, and Garnett's (Stonewall's) with Burks's from Mount Jackson, twenty-two miles. During the night Shields sent forward more troops. K five regiments under General Garnett, the second of three regiments and one battalion under Colonel Burks, and the third of two regiments under Colonel Fulkerson. The Rebel army numbered in infantr hammering that Major Crane had heard when he sent me the note I have alluded to. Leaving Colonel Burks to support Ashby, Jackson led Fulkerson's brigade and part of Carpenter's battery towards hich ran down the western declivity of the ridge, and with four of Garnett's regiments and two of Burks's in the centre to the northwest of the crest. The wall was on the southern edge of a rocky fie
George H. Gordon, From Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain, Index (search)
necticut, in battle of Cedar Mountain, 305. Boy-orderly, a Rebel, how his cowardice delays Jackson's attack on Banks, 198, 199. Branhall, Lieutenant, 72. Broadhead, Colonel, Federal cavalry officer, 135, 204. Brockenbrough, Colonel, commander of Rebel battery under Stonewall Jackson, 199, 235. Brook Farm, the camping-ground of the Second Mass. Regiment, 13. Brown, Lt.-Colonel, 39, 45. Wounded at Cedar Mountain, 304. Buford, General, Federal cavalry officer, 278, 280. Burks, Colonel, Rebel officer, 124-126. C Cameron, Simon (Secretary of War), writes Governor Andrew in regard to Massachusetts regiments for the war, 15, 16. Camp Andrew, the name given to the first camping-ground of the Second Massachusetts Regiment, 14. Campbell, John, Colonel, under Stonewall Jackson, 127, 177, 231, 289, 295. Is killed at the battle of Cedar Mountain, 296. Candy, Captain, 70. Cary, Captain, of the Second Massachusetts Regiment, 13. Searches for th emissing