Three Years in the Confederate Horse Artillery — George Michael Neese.

September 20— It was ten o’clock this morning when we left camp. We moved up the Winchester pike to Bunker’s Hill, and remained there till dusk, when we moved to Smithfield and camped. We passed about two hundred army wagons on the road between Bunker’s Hill and Smithfield. There are a great many troops camped around Bunker’s Hill. The whole country around there was ablaze this evening with camp-fires.


Three Years in the Confederate Horse Artillery — George Michael Neese.

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