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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Lee at Gettysburg. (search)
mmand, and Slocum was placed in line across Culp's hill and the Cemetery hill. General Lee spoke oe so long. But Ewell thought he could take Culp's hill on his left, and threaten the enemy's rightnd extend a thin line from the left, before Culp's hill, by the town and away off to the head of thfrom his flank; but Ewell at daylight found Culp's hill already occupied, and axes and spades were ion had fought bravely and persistently for Culp's hill, and entered the first line of the Federal wall Brigade of Virginians from the left on Culp's hill. But in each case the spirited attacks werreme left, under Johnson, held the crest of Culp's hill, almost in reach of the Baltimore road. th, while Ewell attacked from the north, at Culp's hill, on the opposite sides of the fish-hook curleft. Ewell's left had begun vigorously on Culp's hill, when the order to advance was given to Picpted to get around the Federal right beyond Culp's hill and reach the Baltimore Turnpike, but was r[3 more...]