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Rich mountain in 1861. [from the Richmond Dispatch of November 17 and December 3, 1899.] An a
nt was thrown out at the extreme picket on Rich mountain, with orders from Captain Shelton, of Loui h double quick to the forks of the road on Rich mountain, some half a mile from the entrenched Coll ly, to direct stragglers from the fight on Rich mountain on the line of retreat.
This he did, rema of July 10, 11, and 12, 1861, at and about Rich mountain, the scene of the second battle of the lat ral Pegram was entrenched on the summit of Rich mountain, with 300 men, known as the College Boys, al Garnett was in command.
When we got to Rich mountain there were a few troops there-how many I d and the few troops there before we got to Rich mountain were engaged in felling trees and making a n ordered back to the forks of the road on Rich mountain, some half mile from the entrenched Colleg ission of the Dispatch, I will say more of Rich mountain and its consequences. C. T. Allen, Former [4 more...]