Giles A. Smith's Approach to the Left of Green's Brigade


(3-96) Beginning of Giles A. Smith's approach to the Confederate works on left of Green's Brigade.  Ravine southeast of Green Redan and south of Stockade Redan
G. A. Smith's Approach north of Green Redan


(3-96) Site Marker: On the line of Giles A. Smith's Approach. North view from edge of ravine southeast of Green Redan. Missouri Memorial in background


(3-96) Site Marker in foreground: End of Giles A. Smith's approach to the Confederate Lunette in front. Carried to this point July 3, and a gallery for a mine started but not finished. Sap-roller at head of approach faced by a Confederate 6-pounder rifled gun in ditch in front of lunette and perforated three times by its shots. Union Position Tablet at left center: Farthest advance of the 8th Missouri, in the afternoon assault of May 22. Site Marker in background near trees: On the line of Giles A. Smith's Approach: Short trench to left for sharpshooters started here. The foot-path in the upper right background leads to the beginning of Giles A. Smith's approach 

(3-2000) Confederate cannon facing position described in photo at left. The end of Giles A. Smith's approach marker in left photo can be seen just above the cannon tube. Missouri Memorial at left

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