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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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the battle of Island Mounds, which, though commenced through the rash and impetuous daring of the officers, yet under most unfavorable circumstances, resulted in a complete victory to the negro regiment. What I narrate I saw myself, and having witnessed several engagements since this rebellion commenced, I know what fighting amounts to. The following is a list of our casualties: Killed--Captain Crew, Co. A; corporal Joseph Talbot. Privates, Samuel Davis, Thomas Lane, Marion Barber, Allen Rhodes, Henry Gash, all of Co. F; John Six-Killer, Seamen's battalion. Wounded-Lieutenant Joseph Gardner, Co. F, head, hip and knee; private Thos. Knight, both legs; Geo. Dudley, both legs; Manuel Dobson, both arms; Lazarus Johnson, arm, all of Co. F; Sergeant Edward Lowrey, Seamen's battalion, shoulder and arm; Sergeant Shelley Banning, Seamen's battalion, right breast and hip; corporal Andy Hytower, left shoulder; Anderson Riley, left shoulder; private Ed. Curtis, back and mouth, all of Sea
ng ten regiments against one, carried the crest. But the difference between this time and December was that two brigades then held the stone wall; now its defence was intrusted to a single brigade, and the point where the enemy forced our lines was guarded by a single regiment. General A. P. Hill assumed command on Saturday night at Chancellorsville as soon as General Jackson was wounded, but he, in turn, being compelled to quit the field from a flesh-wound, the command devolved upon General Rhodes for a time. General Stuart was, however, at once sent for, and on his arrival upon the field, assumed control of the movements of Jackson's corps--General A. P. Hill still, however, remaining near the field, and advising in all the important operations of the corps. The wounding of General Jackson has been minutely detailed to me by Captain Wilbourne, of his staff The facts, in substance, are these: General Jackson, in company with a number of his own and a part of the staff of Gener