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Re: 18th and 28th Louisiana at Sabine Crossroads

According to Bartlett, "Military Record of Louisiana," 62, one of the captured Union soldiers said they saw Blackman pick up the colors and lead the charge. They fired approximately 200 rounds at him and missed. My gg grandfather Elisha Jones was in the 28th Louisiana and was disabled at Mansfield by a bullet that shattered nearly all of the bones in his hand.

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