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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iii.) (search)
thus gradually regained the regiment, where we went to building earthworks. About 7 p. m. we moved to the left into an open field, where we threw up a new line of works. This made the eighteenth line of breastworks since we started on this campaign, May 3. This is known as the battle of Cold Harbor. We were more fortunate than the Second and Eighteenth Corps (Hancock's and Baldy Smith's), which had the brunt of the battle. It will be remenbered that the Eighteenth Corps was part of General Butler's army which joined us here, coming up from the South. Both corps were on our left. There was a terrible fight on all that day till 9 p, m. We could hear the roar of it all. The Union loss was about ten thousand men. Later General Grant acknowledged that the attack of Cold Harbor was a mistake. June 2. At daybreak minie balls began to fly over our heads. Our skirmish line advanced and drove the enemy into the woods. About 6 o'clock that morning they charged Cutler's Division of o
rainard Mr. William E. Brigham Charter members. Resigned.Mrs. Hannah S. Brine Resigned.Miss Nellie P. Brine Resigned.Mr. William Percival Brine Decreased. Charter members.Mr. Elbridge L. Brooks Resigned.Mrs. Elbridge L. Brooks Mr. George E. Brown Resigned. Charter members.Hon. George A. Bruce Resigned.Mr. Francis Boyer Resigned.Mrs. Francis Boyer Life members.Mr. William Buckley Resigned.Mr. Walter H. Bullard Resigned.Mr. John Haskell Butler Decreased.Pres. Elmer H. Canen Mrs. L. P. Carlisle Charter members.Mr. Allen P. Carpenter Charter members. Resigned.Mrs. Allen P. Carpenter Resigned.Mrs. Emily L. Carr Miss Florence E. Carr Decreased.Mr. Martin W. Carr Charter members.Dr. A. C. Carvill Mrs. Harriett A. Chamberlain Resigned.Mr. Russell T. Chamberlain Decreased.Mr. Leonard R. Chandler Resigned.Mr. Annette F. Chapman Decreased.Mr. Daniel E. Chase Mrs. J. Walter
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