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The breastworks at Culp's Hill. I. By Jesse H. Jones, Captain, 60th N. Y. V. The Second Division of the Twelfth Corps camped on the night of the first day under the shadow of Little Round To
was marched over from that point, which was then the extreme left of our line, and posted on Culp's Hill, its left forming a right angle with the right of General Wadsworth's division of the First C ively felt that a life-and-death struggle was impending, and that every help should be used.
Culp's Hill was covered with woods; so all the materials needful were at our disposal.
Right and left th unaware.
by George S. Greene, Brevet-Major-General, U. S. V.
The breastworks on Culp's Hill referred to in the foregoing article were constructed under my immediate direction.
Orders w my single brigade was this:
When Meade ordered the whole of the Twelfth Corps from Culp's Hill to reenforce his left, Slocum ordered my brigade to remain and occupy the breastworks thrown