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han eight rods to the east of it. South of the station, perhaps ten rods, the Dinwiddie road, an important highway leading from the Jerusalem Plank Road, crosses the Halifax roads, then gradually bending still further to our rear, crossed the Dinwiddie road, and passing through an extensive cornfield of stunted growth, terminaterectly our cavalry pickets (First Maine) came dashing furiously back over the Dinwiddie road into the line, raising a great dust, and riding as recklessly as if the p there on the right! There, sure enough, emerging from the woods beyond the Dinwiddie road into the opening that stretched before the intrenchments, between us andences of historic interest, I have ventured to insert them here. Crossing the Dinwiddie road just far enough east not to be cut off by the victors, I plunge into theeams Station. The cavalry, however, had had some skirmishing toward Dinwiddie Court House. Gen. Barlow, who had assumed command of his division during the
is very spot stood the guns of the First New Hampshire and Tenth Massachusetts, Sunday morning, April 2nd, 1865, and shelled the two forts on Burgess' farm; and later our hearts thrilled with joy inexpressible to see the flag going over the works in the hands of Mott's division of the Second Corps. The rifle pits thrown up by this corps along the eastern side of the Boydton Road are still visible, but the last one disappears as we speed along and soon after high noon we have reached Dinwiddie Court House. Old Fort Stevenson. The Williams House was one of the many which came in the way of the Union lines in the movements of the army before Petersburg. The Sixth Corps built high breastworks near it. These the 2nd Corps occupied for a time. On the high ground in its rear the engineers decided to locate a fort, and Fort Stevenson, the largest and strongest fort in the line, was built As the Williams House screened its outlook it was pulled down. Seen in outline against the sky