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The First Delaware Volunteers at Cold Harbor, June 3     7, 1864 an excerpt from They Fought for the Union  A  History of ...
Cold Harbor - the name would later send shivers down the spines of many in the Federal army. U.S. Grant would face the sam...
miles with Wright   s 6th Corps followed by the newly arrived troops of Smith   s 18th Corps. General Burnside   s Corps h...
The 1st Delaware and 108th New York deployed on the skirmish line in the late afternoon of June 2  the assignment was not ...
the Union assault, 300 prisoners and one set of colors were captured and hauled behind Federal lines. One soldier in the a...
Corps and the more extensive earthworks still defended stoutly by Lee   s troops. To hold firm on the limited ground held,...
F. Smith commented that    Lt. Draper was killed last Sunday, June 3rd. We lost a brave and gallant soldier, one that cann...
A war-time depiction from Harper   s Weekly of the Battle of Cold Harbor.  the Rebels to bury the dead and it was a grand ...
reduction, mainly due to battlefield casualties, sickness with the occasional desertions. Companies E, G and H all had les...