Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of the Army of the Potomac: And of Its Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1864 - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 242 pages
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10-pounder Parrott advance Alexandria Antietam Aquia Aquia creek arrived artillery attack August bank battery battle Bottom's bridge bridge brigade Burnside camp campaign Captain cavalry Chickahominy column Couch's division creek crossed defence depots direction enemy enemy's field fire flank Fort Magruder Fort Monroe Franklin front G. B. McCLELLAN garrison general-in-chief guard guns H. W. Halleck Hagerstown Harper's Ferry Headquarters Army Heintzelman hill Hooker horses infantry intrenchments James river Keyes land Major General H. W. Major General McClellan Manassas Maryland miles military Monroe morning move movement necessary night occupied October officers operations Peninsula Pope Porter position possible Potomac President Quartermaster railroad Rappahannock re-enforcements rear rebels reconnoissance regiments Richmond road Savage's station Secretary Secretary of War sent Sharpsburg soon Sumner supplies telegram telegraphed thousand tion transportation troops United States Army United States cavalry vicinity Virginia wagons Warrenton Washington Williamsburg York volunteers Yorktown