Thirty-Second at Sharpsburg. From the Times-dispatch, September 30, 1906.Graphic story of work done on one of the Bloodiest of Fields—Forty-five per cent. Loss.
Shot at from behind a Stone Fence—Samples of personal courage.
[For further information of the terrific battle and of the loss sustained by the Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Colonel E. M. Morrison, see Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. XXXIII, pp. 97-110.—Ed.]