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ile Johnston held off his formidable antagonist. Cowan and his men, May, 1862, just after the first fight s Mills had just occurred. First on the left is Andrew Cowan (later brevet-lieutenant-colonel), then lieutenaeavy Artillery again distinguished itself for the Cowan's battery about to advance on May 4, 1862: the next in action, at the battle of Williamsburg Lieutenant Andrew Cowan, commanding, and First-Lieutenant William Fformed a line of guns and infantry to relieve them. Cowan's battery of 3-inch guns, Frank's 12-pounders, and f New York Light Artillery, under command of Captain Andrew Cowan, lost two officers and sixteen enlisted men Artillery, lost nineteen men. This photograph shows Cowan's Battery in position within the captured Confederats A photograph of June 21, 1864--three days after Cowan's Battery captured this work and turned it against i captured, about faced, and occupied on June 18th by Cowan's First New York Independent Battery, in the Artille