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" Just before the action began in earnest on July 2d, I was with General Meade near General Sickles, whose troops seemed very badly disposed on that part of the field. At my suggestion, General Meade sent me to the left to examine the condition of affairs,... "
Annual Report of the State Historian - Page 43
by New York (State). State Historian - 1897
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Annual Report of the State Historian, Volumes 1-2

New York (State). State Historian - New York (State) - 1897
...Register of West Point Graduates: "Just before the action began in earnest on July 2d, I was with General Meade, near General Sickles, whose troops seemed very...could not see the ground in front of them, so that the enemy would come upon them before they would be aware of it. The long line of woods on the1 west side...
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The Photographic History of the Civil War ...: Soldier life, secret service

Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier - United States - 1911
...order to Little Round Top to investigate. He says: " There were no troops on it [Little Round Top] and it was used as a signal station. I saw that this...could not see the ground in front of them, so that the enemy could come upon them unawares." A shot was fired into these woods by Warren's SIGNALING ORDERS...
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Soldier life, secret service

Francis Trevelyan Miller - United States - 1911
...order to Little Round Top to investigate. He says: " There were no troops on it [Little Round Top] and it was used as a signal station. I saw that 'this...could not see the ground in front of them, so that the enemy could come upon them unawares." A shot was fired into these woods by Warren's COPYRIGHT, 1911,...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work: An International Magazine, Volume 44

Albert Shaw - Literary Criticism - 1911
...Meade's order to Little Round Top to investigate. He says: "There were no troops on it (Little Round Top) and it was used as a signal station. I saw that this was the key of the whole position. This motion revealed to me the enemy's line of battle, already formed and far outflanking our troops....
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The attack and defense of Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863

Oliver Willcox Norton - Gettysburg (Pa.), Battle of, 1863 - 1913 - 350 pages
...suggestion General Meade sent me to the left to examine the condition of affairs and I continued on till I reached Little Round Top. There were no troops on...could not see the ground in front of them, so that the enemy would come upon them before they would be aware of it. The long line of woods on the west [east...
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The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top

Oliver Willcox Norton - 1913
...suggestion General Meade sent me to the left to examine the condition of affairs and I continued on till I reached Little Round Top. There were no troops on...could not see the ground in front of them, so that the enemy would come upon them before they would be aware of it. The long line of woods on the west [east...
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