Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Col. A. A. Brooke” in entry north-point-battle-of of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
... of the troops, when the former fell from his horse, mortally wounded, and died in the arms of his favorite aide, Duncan McDougall, before his bearers reached the boats.
The command now devolved on Col. A. A. Brooke .
Under his direction the entire invading force pressed forward, and, at about 2 P. M. (Sept. 12), met the first line of General Stricker's main body, when a severe
The battle r...
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