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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of the Virginia division army of Northern Virginia Association (search)
. H. Hill at Boonsboroa, with the brigades of Colquitt and Garland in the pass through the South Mountain, known to history aadvancing on the National road, so he ordered Colquitt and Garland back from Boonsboroa, three miles off, and put them in the brigade. It only got there in time to take the place of Garland's command, which was driven back demoralized by his death. the corps pressed for the top of the mountain. Hill sent Garland to repel this attack, but Garland was killed, his command Garland was killed, his command driven back and it was rallied by Anderson's brigade, together with which, it held the Federal left back during the remainderushed up to the position secured by Cox when he drove back Garland on Hill's right. Hooker's First corps turned from the Nat was held firmly in the position taken in the morning from Garland, but Hooker worked and fought his way to the possession of them, probably, some of the men from Ripley, Colquitt and Garland, who had been driven from the field. French came on in th