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The defense of Fort Fisher. by its commander, William Lamb, Colonel, C. S. A. The capture of Fort Fisher, N. C., on the 15th of January, 1865, was followed so quickly by the final dissolution of
ehind the New Ironsides) had no fixed position.
Plan and sections of Fort Fisher.
Colonel William Lamb, C. S. A. From a photograph. over 900 veteran troops and 450 junior reserves, reeinforce chanan.
I did not know of their approach until the general came to me on the works and remarked, Lamb, my boy, I have come to share your fate.
You and your garrison are to be sacrificed.
I replied, he fort; that Bragg must soon come to the rescue, and it would save us. General Whiting remarked, Lamb, when you die I will assume command, and I will not surrender the fort.
In less than an hour a f ington, five days after the fall of Fort Fisher (first published in 1881); also an article by Colonel Lamb, controverting most of General Bragg's statements.
General Bragg says (more emphatically but