One last push . . . about to reach the Union lines.
A New York zouave . . .
regiment raised by the Tammany Hall political machine. Dudeboy has been fascinated by Tammany Hall ever since he read about them through the Thomas Nast cartoons.
Just a small portion of our division . . . there were three Union Divisions along with cavalry and artillery. We never really saw the Rebs' encampment as they were situated a good ways away. I hear tell there were about 13,000 reenactors at the event.
I just found out that "there were approximately eleven thousand reenactors, one hundred forty cannons, four hundred horses, and sixty thousand spectators over the four days."
In the heat of battle . . .