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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2., The battle of South Mountain, or Boonsboro‘ (search)
er from General D H. Hill, through General l. E. Rodes, to Colonel B. B. Gayle of the 12th Alabama, ed the brigade of Seymour to the right to take Rodes's position in reverse, while the brigades of Med and dispersed. The four other regiments of Rodes made such heroic resistance that Meade, believof those Alabamians against such mighty odds. Rodes claimed to have fought for three hours without that Rodes got the aid of Stevens, he fough t Rodes with the advantage all the while of three to onter-marching. Had it been sent to strengthen Rodes the key of the position might not have been lo of Mrs. Dahlgren, widow of Admiral Dahlgren. Rodes was first posted on the hill, the slope of whimorning of September 14th ; of his 5 brigades, Rodes's is stated to have numbered 1200, and Garlandes, there is a statistical report from that of Rodes alone. By means of a very extensive corresponhis late day:  Killed and Wounded.Missing. Rodes218204 Colquitt927 Garland100200 Anderson842[3 more...]