Report of Lieut. Col. James W. Jackson, Forty-seventh Alabama Infantry.
Camp Near Liberty Mills, Va,
August 13, 1862.
Colonel: On Saturday last, 4 p. m., the 9th instant, I arrived with my regiment (the Forty-seventh Alabama) within range of the enemy’s batteries that had opened on the advancing columns of our army. We were allowed to rest a few minutes, when we were again ordered to advance and take our position under the range of the enemy’s guns. Continue reading “No. 43. Lieut. Col. James W. Jackson.”