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Historical Clues: Notes: Historical Clues

Watching the Shot

Notes: Historical Clues

5.1
Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.314

5.2
A.B. Gerdts, Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, pp.314, 348

5.3
Compiled from a variety of Civil War History sources, i.e., www.civilwartraveler.com; www.nps.gov; www.wikipedia.com; www.bartleby.com

5.4
Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs, 1885-86, Chapter 66

5.5
Compiled from a variety of Civil War History sources, i.e., www.civilwartraveler.com; www.nps.gov; www.wikipedia.com; www.bartleby.com

5.6
Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.124

5.7
A.B. Gerdts, Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.124

5.8
Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr., Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.314

5.9
The High Bridge property on the north side of the Appomattox River is owned by Mike and Laura Rice, this area was inspected in person with their permission. The High Bridge property on the south side of the Appomattox River is owned by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation and was inspected with their permission.

5.10
Jo D. Smith, A History Of High Bridge, 1987, printed by Farmville Printing, Farmville, Virginia. Jo Smith also provided information pertaining to local history and lore of the bridge and battle area.

5.11
Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.137

5.12
Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.137

5.13
Record of Works by Winslow Homer, Volume I, 1846 through 1866, 2005, p.139

 



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