intzelman's, and then, on the extreme left reaching to White Oak Swamp, General Keyes's corpse.
General Heintzelman's corpo part in holding the line on June 29th, as it crossed White Oak Swamp early in the day.
The battle of Savage's Station.
its exhaustion, General McClellan ordered it to cross White Oak Swamp at once, and it accordingly left its position.
Througor the passage of trains, artillery, and troops across White Oak Swamp.
The Confederate force engaged in this fight was cl at the river.
The rear of the army also had crossed White Oak Swamp, leaving the way clear to the James River, while at thrapevine Bridge.
On the north (the enemy's) side of White Oak Swamp, the road for more than a quarter of a mile approachesGeneral Sumner that I should move
The rear-guard at White Oak Swamp — showing General W. F. Smith's division.
Drawn by Juys: Jackson having been unable to force the passage of White Oak Swamp, Longstreet and A. P. Hill were without the expected s