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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 2 Browse Search
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dred and two; and the first Kentucky heavy artillery, (corps d'a frique,) Colonel Cunningham, two hundred and seventy-four; total, six hundred and forty-six. These w about two hundred and fifty colored soldiers, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Cunningham, amounting to not more than one thousand men in all, only half fought with his usual distinguished coolness, calmness, and bravery; and Colonel Cunningham, with brilliant daring and heroic courage; and the colored soldiers generree hundred of whom were colored soldiers, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Cunningham. Opposed to this handful of men, the rebels had, taking their reply of Colonel Hicks was: If you want the Fort, take it. Major Gibson, Colonel Cunningham, and all our officers, as well as men, fought with distinguished courage r Gibson distinguished himself by his coolness and undaunted courage, and Colonel Cunningham by his bold daring and bravery. Our casualties were twelve white kille