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Franklin's left Grand division. by William Farrar Smith, Brevet Major-General, U. S. A. When General Burnside assumed the command of the Army of the Potomac on the 9th of November, 1862, he gave up the immense strategic advantage which McClell
dquarters, and he invited me to take a ride with him. Riding along on the hills near the river,
The pontoon-bridges at Franklin's crossing.
From a War-time photograph.
The hills occupied by Stonewall Jackson's command are seen in the distance.
Franklin's battle-field as seen from Hamilton's crossing — Fredericksburg steeples in the distance.
From a sketch made in 1884. he pointed out some fine positions for artillery, and said: my reserve artillery has as yet had no chance to show it d of his command at a designated point on the river, about one and a half miles below Fredericksburg, and since known as Franklin's crossing, at daylight on the morning of the 11th, where he would at once begin crossing by bridges which would be foun