• Gaines' Mill battlefield -- Watt House area

    Richmond

    National Battlefield Park Virginia

Bibliography

Primary Sources

[1]: Major General Benjamin F. Butler, Army of the James (O.R. 88:1082-1088)

[2]: Major General Benjamin F. Butler, Army of the James (O.R. 88:1109)

[3]: Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. Army (O.R. 88:1091)

[4]: Itinerary of Army of the Potomac and Army of the James--Part 1 (O.R. 87:99)

[5]: Itinerary of Army of the Potomac and Army of the James--Part 2 (O.R. 87: 100)

[6]: Itinerary of Army of the Potomac and Army of the James--Part 3 (O.R. 87: 110)

[7]: Col. Joseph C. Abbot, 7th New Hampshire Infantry (O.R. 87:702-703)

[8]: Col. Alfred P. Rockwell, 6th Connecticut Infantry (O.R. 87:708)

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[10]: Maj. Frederick W. Prince, 16th New York Heavy Artillery (O.R. 87:715-716)

[11]: Lt. Col. James F. Randlett, 3rd New Hampshire Infantry (O.R. 87:719)

[12]: Lt. Col. Augustus W. Rollins, 7th New Hampshire Infantry (O.R. 87:726)

[13]: Brig. Gen. Robert S. Foster, Second Division (O.R. 87:760)

[14]: Lt. Col. Albert M. Barney, 142nd New York Infantry (O.R. 87:764)

[15]: Col. Galusha Pennypacker, 97th Pennsylvania Infantry (O.R. 87:766-767)

[16]: Col. Louis Bell, 4th New Hampshire Infantry (O.R. 87:769)

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[36]: Diary of Joseph J. Scroggs (State University of New York at Brockport), entry of Sept. 29, 1864.

Did You Know?

Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond

Tredegar Iron Works produced almost 1,100 cannon, roughly one-half of all guns made in the South during the war. (It was second only to the Parrott foundry in Cold Springs, New York in production for the entire United States.)