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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2., The battle of Malvern Hill. (search)
aced Malvern Hill, just north of Turkey Creek and Crew's Hill, about one mile farther north. Both hills have gculty. Slightly in rear of our line of battle on Crew's Hill the reserve artillery and infantry were held for my would be obliged to approach, meet in front of Crew's Hill. This hill was flanked with ravines, enfiladed bltivated plateau beyond and extending north along Crew's Hill. Warren's men were greatly in need of rest. Theert) house. Morell, prolonging Sykes's line on Crew's Hill, with headquarters at Crew's house, occupied the s as they arrived were posted in reserve south of Crew's Hill, and were used to replace batteries whose ammunitene of the Confederate attack on the West side of Crew's Hill, looking from the Crew House South-West toward thion Repulse of the Confederates on the slope of Crew's Hill [see P. 416]. The main battle-field — view of ith their batteries, to the gorge of the roads on Crew's Hill, from which the enemy must emerge in pursuit if h