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Ewell

[ yoo-el ]

noun

  1. Richard Stod·dert [stod, -ert], 1817–72, Confederate lieutenant general in the U.S. Civil War.
  2. a male given name.


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Ewell acknowledged the struggle to create narrative out of what sometimes looked like chaos.

The whole of Ewell's division, under the command of General Early, was brought up to regain the ground.

As Ewell was at York, and as Lee was advancing in that direction, it was necessary to take a wide sweep of country in the march.

Prisoners captured said that Ewell had sworn a terrible oath to turn our flank, if it took his last man.

Ewell himself rode down through the town, to report his success on the right.

Ewell, well knowing the importance of holding the position, brought in all of his available force.

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