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Battle of Spotsylvania - Tour Stop Two Trails
 
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By Craig Swain, July 6, 2008
Spotsylvania Campaign Map
Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Spotsylvania — Spotsylvania Campaign
May 10,1864. After a day of sporadic fighting, the Federal high command sent Col. Emory Upton and twelve picked regiments of the VI Corps to strike the west face of the Confederate Salient. Starting in this vicinity near the Scott (Shelton) House . . . — Map (db m10302) HM
Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Spotsylvania — Upton's Charge
(Front): Sixth Corps Memorial to the brave and daring men who fought in Upton's Charge May 10,1964 5 Me - 96 Pa. - 121 N.Y. 5 Wis - 6 Me - 49 Pa. 119 Pa. - 77 N.Y. - 43 N.Y. 6 Vt. - 5 Vt. - 2 Vt. (Back): Confederate Mule . . . — Map (db m10300) HM
Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Spotsylvania — Spotsylvania Campaign
May 10, 1864. Here along the west face of the Confederate Salient, or "Mule Shoe," Dole's Brigade of Ewell's II Corps had been alert all afternoon. At 6 p.m., when Federal cannonading ceased, it seemed the day would end quietly. Then Upton's . . . — Map (db m10295) HM
Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Spotsylvania — Doles Salient
These gentile mounds are all that remain of the formidable earthworks held by George Doles' Georgia Brigade. The trenches running perpendicular to the main line are called traverses and made these works appear like a series of three-sided roofless . . . — Map (db m10297) HM

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