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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 2 0 Browse Search
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, 58th, 59th Infantry; 1st Heavy Artillery, and 5th, 9th and 14th batteries. The 12th and 18th Infantry and the 15th Battery were also in the battle. The 56th lost 21 killed or mortally wounded; the 57th, 20; the 27th, 19; the 58th, 12; and all others less. Among the killed were Col. Geo. L. Prescott (32d Mass.), Capts. Charles Goss (21st Mass.), Amos Buffum (36th Mass.), Lewis P. Caldwell (1st Heavy Artillery), Samuel A. Bean (59th Mass.), Lieut. S. G. Gilbreth (1st Sharpshooters), J. H. Crawley (56th Mass.), Edward I. Coe (57th Mass.), O. L. Farnham (1st Heavy Artillery). Among the prisoners taken by the Confederates in the sharp surprise at the Weldon Railroad (June 22) was included the 15th Mass., the small remnant of which was captured almost bodily. The 15th Mass , which, after losing 318 men, had emerged from the woods about Dunker Church, Sept. 17, 1862 (Antietam), bearing not only its own but a Confederate color, but which now, a mere handful, was captured almost ent