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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Closing scenes of the war about Richmond. (search)
s of the war about Richmond. Retreat of Custis Lee's Division and the battle of sailor's Creek.ts could be as well trusted as a safeguard from Lee or Grant together. It is well known that dur, owing to the fact that the greater part of Custis Lee's Division had been persistently regarded as the movements of which I am wholly ignorant—Custis Lee's command included, and stretched one mile f Shenandoah, still cruising on the ocean. Custis Lee's Division, which thus took the field for itnant Robert Goldsborough, aid-de-camp to General Custis Lee, and afterwards killed on the 6th, gave ly Bushrod Johnson and Pickett moved on, and Custis Lee and Kershaw followed. Gordon must have tap across the road immediately before him. Custis Lee's and Kershaw's Divisions were therefore maswith Kershaw on the (now) right of the road, Custis Lee on the left. In Custis Lee's Division, LiCustis Lee's Division, Lieutenant Colonel John Atkinson's two battalions, 10th and——Virginia, the Chaffin's Bluff Battalion, [5 more...