Browsing named entities in a specific section of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore). Search the whole document.
Found 110 total hits in 34 results.
Doc. 47-occupation of Falmouth, Va. Philadelphia Inquirer account. Falmouth, Va., November 11, 1862. the FederFalmouth, Va., November 11, 1862. the Federal army, under the immediate command of Gen. Sumner, arrived within a mile of this place about noon yesterday, having made th
as a reconnoitring party, and while marching down towards Falmouth, the rebels opened on them, causing some considerable con nsylvania, Col. Brooks, advanced as skirmishers along the Falmouth road, until within a mile of the town.
These two regimen ry high and commanding elevation, directly in the rear of Falmouth.
Captain Pettit's battery was at once placed in positi icksburgh, to check the enemy attempting to cross over to Falmouth.
Our cannonading was immense; the enemy could not stan ill not go out of Virginia to go into winter quarters.
Falmouth is a very old town, some of the houses dating as far back sterday morning a ferry-scow, belonging to Mr. Fichler of Falmouth, was destroyed by the rebels to prevent our crossing.