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The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Index (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 1 1 Browse Search
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s from, VII., 4; 32, 157, 169; Mrs. Spinner's house used as hospital, VII., 257; VIII., 25, 61, 62, 73, 78, 86, 87, 89, 91, 104; Federal pickets near, VIII., 215; 276, 340; IX., 69, 78, 81, 143, 265, 266, 313; X., 104; losses at, X., 142; first battle of, X., 156. Bull Run: second battle at Manassas, II., 47; soldiers and battlefield of, II., 48; feelings of North and South after, II., 54; IX., 157, 265, 345; X., 62. Bull Run Monument: dedication of, IX., 263, 265, 266. Bull Run Mountains, Va., II., 44. Bulloch, G. W., II., 69. Bulloch, J. D., VI., 20, 32, 75, 86, 88, 290, 299. Bullock, J. P., VI., 301. Bullock, R., X., 261. Bulls Gap, Tenn., III., 338. Bunnell, J., VIII., 354. Burbridge, S. G.: III., 322, 324; X., 207. Burbridge's Infantry, Confederate, I., 350. Burdett, S. S., X., 296. Burial of soldiers during the war Ix., 241. Burke, J. T.: I., 14; VII., 4, 25, 59. Burke, M., VII., 56. Burkes
The Daily Dispatch: September 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The battle of Friday last, and particulars Connected Therewith. (search)
ished us by one who actively participated in that engagement; On Monday, at daybreak, Gen. Jackson's corps, consisting of Gen. Ewell's division, Gen. Hill's division, and Gen. Jackson's old division, under command of Gen. Taliaforro, and a force of cavalry under Gen. Stuart, marched from Jeffersontown, in Culpeper county, and crossed the Rappahannock eight miles above that place, and marched via Orleans to Salem, in Fauquier. The next day they passed through Thoroughfare Gap., of Bull Run mountains, to Bristow and Manassas Stations, in the Orange and Alexandria railroad, effecting a complete surprise of the enemy, capturing a large number of prisoners, several trains of cars, and immense commissary and quartermaster stores, and several pieces of artillery. The distance marched in these two days was over fifty miles. On Wednesday, Manassas Station was occupied by Jackson's old division, whilst Ewell occupied Bristow, and Hill and Stuart dispersed the force sent from Alexandria to
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