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" Confederates who were still occupying the traverses and intrenchments to the right and left of the crater. These men had been awakened by the noise and shock of the explosion, and during the interval before the attack had recovered their equanimity, and... "
War Talks of Confederate Veterans - Page 170
edited by - 1892 - 335 pages
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volumes 17-18

Confederate States of America - 1889
...occupying the traverses and intrenchments to the right and left of the Crater. These men had been awakened by the noise and 'shock of the 'explosion, and during...caused the forming line to fall back into the Crater." Mr. George L. Kilmer, of the Fourteenth New York Heavy Artillery, in his article entitled "The Dash...
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Lee's Sharpshooters: Or, The Forefront of Battle. A Story of Southern Valor ...

William S. Dunlop, Robert F. Ward - Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, Va., 1864 - 1899 - 488 pages
...occupying the traverses and intrenchmencs to the right and left of the Crater. These men had been awakened by the noise and shock of the explosion, and during...and when the Union troops attempted to reform on the -enemy side of the Crater, they had faced about -and delivered a fire into the backs of our men. This...
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The Story of the Forty-eighth: A Record of the Campaigns of the Forty-eighth ...

Joseph Gould - United States - 1908 - 471 pages
...occupying the traverses and entrenchments to the right and left of the crater. These men had been awakened by the noise and shock of the explosion, and during...caused the forming line to fall back into the crater. After falling back into the crater a partial formation was made by Gen. Bartlett and Col. Marshall...
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Fighting for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections of General Edward ...

Edward Porter Alexander - History - 1998 - 692 pages
...occupying the traverses and intrenchments to the right and left of the crater. These men had been awakened by the noise and shock of the explosion, and during...caused the forming line to fall back into the crater. Had General Burnside's original plan, providing that two regiments should sweep down inside the enemy's...
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