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THE FIRST DAY'S FIRING AT
YORKTOWN, APRIL, 1862.SKETCHED BY AN OFFICER OF THE TOPOGRAPHICAL
ENGINEERS.[SEE PAGE 262.]
REFERENCES1. Yorktown.2. Four
Batteries of 21 Guns, 32 and 42 Pounders, and Columbiads.3. Columbiads.4. Two
Rifled Guns.5. Infantry Attack.6. Left Wing.7. Road from Williamsburg.8.
Major-General Couch's Command.9. Brigadier General Smith's Command, three
Brigades.10. Brigadier-General Casey's Command, three Brigades.11. General
Butterfield's Advance Corps de Armee, centre.12. Head-Quarters of
McClellan and Staff.13. General Sykes's Reserve Regulars, one Brigade.14.
Major-General Heintzelman's Command; Brigadier-General Porter's Advance, one
Brigade; Brigadier-General Sedgwick, four Brigades; Brigadier-General Hamilton,
four Brigades.15. Masked Battery of
Dahlgren Guns.16. Seven United States
Gun-boats.17. "Naugatuck."18. General Porter's Advance of the Right Wing.19.
Battery of 18 guns.20. Gloucester.21. Rebel Regiments.22. Rebel
Vessels.NOTE. General Keyes, with his Brigade, stationed on Mulberry Island.