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A sketch of the life of Randolph Fairfax : a private in the ranks of the Rockbridge Artillery, attached to the Stonewall Brigade, and afterwards to the First Regiment Virginia Light Artillery, Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, including a brief account of Jackson's celebrated Valley Campaign

by Philip Slaughter
Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1990
1 microfiche
3rd ed.
Civil War unit histories. Part 1, The Confederate States of America and border states; VA 087

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Microfiche of original published: Baltimore : Innes and Co., printers, 1878. x, 72 p.

Includes a description of activities of the Rockbridge Artillery of the Virginia Artillery (Confederate) in the following battles or localities: Bath (Berkeley Springs), Va.; 1st Kernstown, Va.; 1st Winchester, Va.; Port Republic, Va.; Malvern Hill, Va.; Cedar Mountain, Va.; 2nd Manassas, Va.; Fredericksburg, Va.

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