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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 51 3 Browse Search
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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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o submit to you the following report of the operations of the First Brigade, Fifth Division, during and after the action near Bull Run, on the 21st ult. Pursuant to the orders of Col. Miles, the brigade advanced from the camp and took their assigned position on the heights east of Centreville, about daybreak. The 8th regiment, N. Y. S V., commanded by Lieut.-Col. Stahel, on the left of the road leading from Centreville to Fairfax Court House; the 29th regiment, N. Y. S. V., commanded by Col. Steinwehr, on the right of the same road — both fronting toward the east; the Garibaldi Guard, commanded by Col. Utassy, formed a right angle with the 29th regiment, fronting to the south. The artillery attached to the brigade occupied the following position: The battery of Capt. Tidball stood in front of the left wing of the Garibaldi Guard; three pieces left in Centreville were placed near the right wing of the 29th regiment; three others on the left wing of the 8th regiment, where intrenchment
the storm. Beyond Fairfax the marks of destruction were less frequent, though the stream of the retreat grew even stronger. Along the main road the flying kept their way in something like a continuous line, dividing only at the turnpike which leads to Arlington, into which some diverged, while others moved on to Alexandria. Three miles from the Long Bridge I came upon the rear of Blenker's brigade, Stahel's German Rifles still holding the hindmost position, and the other two regiments, Steinwehr's and the Garibaldi Guard, moving in order before them. Still in advance of these was the DeKalb regiment, also intact. But beyond all was tumult again, and even to the city itself the wretched disorder and confusion had reached. I was told that a few regiments, beside the three faithful ones of Blenker's brigade, had come in in fair order; and that they were the 2d and 3d Michigan, and the Massachusetts 1st, of Richardson's brigade. I should be glad if it were so. The Massachusetts
Doc. 27.-twenty-ninth regiment N. Y. S. V. The following are the names of the officers: Field and Staff.--Colonel, Adolph Von Steinwehr; Lieutenant-Colonel, Clemens Soest; Major, William B. Wainwright; Adjutant, Gustav Von Zschueschen; Surgeon, Dr. C. Neubaus; Assistant-Surgeon, C. H. Osborne; Quartermaster, Livingston Rogers. Co. A--Captain, H. Warnecke; First Lieutenant, C. V. Shultz; Second Lieutenant, H. Klein. Co. B--Captain, Charles Weinhold; First Lieutenant, A. Ingmann; Second Lieutenant, F. Von Schluembach. Co. C--Captain, G. A. Seidel; First Lieutenant, John Witterman; Second Lieutenant, Charles Chelius. Co. D--Captain, Gustav Meiser; First Lieutenant, vacant; Second Lieutenant, J. Stolpe. Co. E--Captain, H. Von Nostitz; First Lieutenant,----Von Francois; Second Lieutenant, L. Haack. Co. F--Captain, Charles Berne; First Lieutenant, D. Metzzer; Second Lieutenant, Propping. Co. G--Captain, N. Gullman; First Lieutenant, A. Von Schluembach; Second Lieutenant, A. Kal