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California (San Mateo County), Pacifica — 391 — Sanchez Adobe
The home of Francisco Sanchez (B. 1805, D. 1862). Alcalde of San Francisco and Commandante of Militia under the Mexican Republic. Grantee of the 8,926 – acre Rancho San Pedro, and later a respected American citizen. His house built 1842-46. . . . — Map (db m28732) HM
South Carolina (Lee County), Spring Hill — 31-4 — Skirmish at Spring Hill
Gen. Edward E. Potter commanding 2700 Federal troops left Georgetown on April 5, 1865, to destroy the railroad between Sumter and Camden. On April 16 after a skirmish with militia under Col. James F. Pressley he camped at Spring Hill nearby. The . . . — Map (db m28128) HM
South Carolina (Sumter County), Dinkin’s Mill — 43-33 — Skirmish at Dinkins' Mill
(Front text) Following the battle of Boykin’s Mill on April 18, 1865, Federal troops commanded by Brig. Gen. Edward E. Potter advanced south to Middleton’s Depot, on the Wilmington & Manchester R.R. below Stateburg. Here, on April 19, they . . . — Map (db m27649) HM
South Carolina (Sumter County), Rembert — 43-23 — Battle of Boykin's Mill
Gen. Edward E. Potter commanding 2700 white and Negro Union troops left Georgetown April 5, 1865, to destroy the railroad between Sumter and Camden. Here on April 18, in one of the last engagements of the war, a small force of Confederate . . . — Map (db m16031) HM
South Carolina (Sumter County), Stateburg — 43-30 — Battle of Beech Creek / The Civil War Ends In S.C
(Front text) Battle of Beech Creek In April 1865 Confederates formed a defensive line along the high ground above Beech Creek to oppose Brig. Gen. Edward Potter's Federals advancing through Stateburg toward Camden. S.C. militia, the . . . — Map (db m27348) HM
South Carolina (Sumter County), Stateburg — 43-36 — Battle of Stateburg
(Front text) In April 1865 2,700 Federal troops commanded by Brig. Gen. Edward E. Potter left Georgetown in a raid against the railroad lines between Sumter and Camden. After briefly occupying Sumter Potter advanced to Manchester and . . . — Map (db m27358) HM

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