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Chapter 7: Siege of Yorktown battle of Williamsburg March to Richmond Merrimac and Mo
s not known; but General Johnston had reached Yorktown on the 6th of April with heavy reinforcements .
On the 22d of April, while the siege of Yorktown was going on, General Franklin's division, fo ital of Virginia.
It is about ten miles from Yorktown, and is on the narrowest part of the peninsul eral Barnard regrets so much we did not do at Yorktown.
But this is not the only contradiction into ough the mud from their positions in front of Yorktown, and by the protracted battle they had fought dgwick, Porter, and Richardson were sent from Yorktown, by water, to the right bank of the Pamunkey, the Southern Confederacy.
The abandonment of Yorktown without waiting for an assault was the result and this delayed the army before the lines of Yorktown, and gave the Confederates--what they so much ed and strengthened.
During the march from Yorktown to the banks of the Chickahominy, besides the [22 more...]