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The recapture of Fort Stedman. condensed, with revisions by the author, from the Philadelphia
X on its right and Batteries XII and XI and Fort Haskell on its left, covered Meade's Station on the a mile in rear of the works, north-east of Fort Stedman, and the left behind Fort Prescott.
From the works, to the Friend House, approaching Fort Stedman to within less than one-third of a mile.
F ed the line from Battery IX on the right to Fort Haskell on the left.
This space included Fort Sted od in the rear and to the right and left of Fort Stedman.
It was not yet light enough to see the enemy, nor could any
Interior of Fort Stedman.
From a photograph.
The fort was named after Colo pushed, and the fire from the supports and Fort Stedman was very severe.
The momentum was lost a l and swept down in magnificent style toward Fort Stedman.
The success of the manoeuvre was immediat r September, 1887, claims for the troops in Fort Haskell, reenforced by the 14th New York Heavy Arti [22 more...]