What the Federal called the Crow House Redoubt was actually two small, enclosed forts connected by infantry trenches. Confederate accounts sometimes referred to the Crow house works as Fort Euliss of Fort Eustiss. The property belonged to seventy-five year-old William Crow who owned 360 acres on the southwest side of Hatcher’s Run.
The Final Battles of the Petersburg Campaign: Breaking the Backbone of the ...
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