from the field of battle that night, grieving for our dead general. He had died a few hours after being carried from the field. How General Stuart got his death wound was never learned, I believe. That he must have been alone was evident, for not a single staff officer or orderly was with him when he came through our line. In this respect his death wound was similar to that of General Jackson at Chancellorsville.
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Roster of the Alstadt Grays .
The Keysville Guards.
Brilliant Page in history of War. From the Birmingham age-herald, February 4 , 1906 .
Was a Bloody fight.
The slaughter below the Heights .
Virginia Battlefield Park .
Mr. Leigh Robinson 's address.
New England forced slavery.
Constitution and the Constitution .
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