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" ... be narrated on history's page, this gallant charge of the brave men of Wood's and Sheridan's divisions, with those of Baird and Johnson on their left and right, will always be the prominent feature of the engagement as told in the coming years, and... "
History of the Sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry: Of Both the Three ... - Page 288
by Charles C. Briant - 1891 - 423 pages
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The Army of the Cumberland, Volume 7

Henry Martyn Cist - United States - 1882 - 289 pages
...of the engagement as told in the coming years, and will be the last to lose its glory and renown. No wonder that General Grant failed to appreciate this...to General Thomas and asked, " By whose orders are those troops going up the hill ? " General Thomas, taking in the situation at once, suggested that...
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THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND

HENRY M.CIST - 1882
...of the engagement as told in the coming years, and will be the last to lose its glory and renown. No wonder that General Grant failed to appreciate this...to General Thomas and asked, " By whose orders are those troops going up the hill ? " General Thomas, taking in the situation at once, suggested that...
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The Army of the Cumberland, Volume 7

Henry Martyn Cist - United States - 1882 - 289 pages
...of the engagement as told in the coming years, and will be the last to lose its glory and renown. No wonder that General Grant failed to appreciate this...be made to the foot of the hill and there to wait, ho turned sharply to General Thomas and asked, " By whose orders are those troops going up the hill...
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Civil War Times, 1861-1865

Daniel Wait Howe - United States - 1902 - 421 pages
...unknown officer who had given such an order. General Cist, a member of General Thomas's staff, says : "No wonder that General Grant failed to appreciate this...to General Thomas and asked, 'By whose orders are those troops going up the hill ?' General Thomas, taking in the situation at once, suggested that it...
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