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Manassas to Seven Pines. by Joseph E. Johnston, General, C. S. A. Confederate sharp-shooter
l from Manassas and including the battle of Seven Pines.
As to the question of the forces on the ing a division.
Casey's was a mile west of Seven Pines, with a line of skirmishers a half mile in advance; Couches was at Seven Pines and Fair Oaks — the two forming Keyes's corps.
Kearny's divisi right was to end when the troops approached Seven Pines and I should be present to direct the movem t might be made by the enemy.
The map of Seven Pines, printed with this paper in The century mag refore desired General Smith to move toward Seven Pines, to be ready to cooperate with our right.
The firing was then violent at Seven Pines, and within a half hour the three Federal d h days of the battle.
Part of the field at Seven Pines was regained on the second day (June 1st) b ral Couch on Saturday, before the battle of Seven Pines, we found rebel caissons filled with ammuni [9 more...]