Reports of 4 brigade and artillery commanders and brigade surgeon in relation to the action near West Point, Va., Transcripts, 1862.

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Reports of 4 brigade and artillery commanders and brigade surgeon in relation to the action near West Point, Va., Transcripts, 1862.

Reports of 4 brigade and artillery commanders and brigade surgeon in relation to the action near West Point, Va., Transcripts, 1862.

Transcripts of reports of various officers of the Union Army, after military engagements at West Point, Va., in the James and York River vicinity, on May 7, and on the few days following June 27, 1862. Includes reports of brigadier generals J.W. Davidson, W.T.H. Brooks, Wm. B. Franklin, H.W. Slocum, Wm. F. Smith, John Newton, Win. S. Hancock, captains R.B. Ayres and Richard Arnold, Lt. Col. James L. Buck, and surgeon Frank H. Hamilton, with a list of casualties.

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