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n the first parallel against Battery Wagner
Sailors in the naval battery
Battery brown, on the second parallel
Battery Rosecrans on Morris Island in August, 1863.
It was not the bursting of a gun in the works that caused the troops most concern, but the Confederate fire.
Major Thomas B. Brooks describes dodging shells in the parallels on Morris Island in August, 1863: The fire from Wagner, although inflicting much less real injury, up to this time, than the aggregate fire from the other batteries of the enemy, still gives far greater interruption to the working parties, on account of our nearness to the fort.
Cover — Johnson or Sumter, gived to place an empty powder-barrel over his head, to shield him from heavy shells.
Burst gun in battery Rosecrans-life in the parallels on Morris Island in August, 1863.
The 100-Pounder Parrotts in battery Rosecrans
Morris Island in summer 1863.
At ten o'clock on the night of July 28th, orders were issued to constr