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Chapter 21: Cold Harbor of 1864. The great fight of June 3d unparalleled in brevity, in slaughter, and in disproportion of loss Grant assaults in column, or in mass his troops refuse to renew the attack effect at the North Confederate works in the Campaign of 1864 the lines sharpshooting the covered way the spring death of Captain McCarthy, of the Howitzers how it occurred on the lines how it was received in the city my brother Loses an eye alone in the world a last look at the enemy buildings felled and scattered by artillery gun wheels cut down by musketry bronze guns Splotched and Pitted like smallpox epitome of the Campaign of 1864 maneuvering of no avail against Lee's Army did that Army make Lee, or Lee that Army? There were two battles at Cold Harbor, one in 1862 and one in 1864. In 1862 the Confederates attacked and drove the Federals from their position; in 1864 the Federals attacked, but were repulsed with frightful slaughter. It is un
Chapter 21: Cold Harbor of 1864. The great fight of June 3d unparalleled in brevity, in
battles at Cold Harbor, one in 1862 and one in 1864.
In 1862 the Confederates attacked and drove the Federals from their position; in 1864 the Federals attacked, but were repulsed with frightful sla by the Federals in 1862 and the Confederates in 1864 was substantially the same.
We were in line of battle at Cold Harbor of 1864.
from the 1st to the 12th of June-say twelve days; the battle pro as we began regularly to do in this campaign of 1864, particularly at Cold Harbor.
Something of thi three life and death pictures of Cold Harbor of 1864.
The reader may recall our Old Doctor, the salient features and results of the campaign of 1864, from the Wilderness to Cold Harbor, inclusive, 3, and again from the Rapidan to Cold Harbor in 1864, cannot but set opposite to the picture just sk of Lee's operations throughout this campaign of 1864, that in the death of Jackson, Lee had lost his