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Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade at Fredericksburg. Read at Seventeenth annual reunion Louis
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A few days after reaching Fredericksburg, Barksdale's Brigade moved into the city and picketed t e in the world's history.
As before stated, Barksdale's Brigade occupied the city and built rifle was assigned to that important position, and Barksdale was given the post of honor for the division atters not, they were a fine body of men.
Barksdale's Brigade watched them from their hiding pla eadlong into the city.
Whole companies of Barksdale's men were concealed in cellars, where they in the rear of Cobb, and behind Kershaw and Barksdale were two batteries of the Richmond Howitzers ed, a strong line moved towards the right of Barksdale's Brigade, but were surprised and driven bac cksburg, and remembering the conduct of General Barksdale and his men, we are forced to believe th [7 more...]
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