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Pee Dee Light Artillery of Maxcy Gregg's (later Samuel McGowan's) brigade, first South Carolina volunteers (infantry) C. S. A., a historical sketch and roster : to which has been added the rosters of the three Pee Dee infantry companies (from Darlington, Horry and Marion counties) which were supported by the Pee Dee artillery

by Joseph Woods Brunson ; introduced and edited by William Stanley Hoole
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English
University, Alabama : Confederate Pub., c1983
60 p.

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The battery was officially Company D of the 1st South Carolina regiment.

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