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They had it ready for the big show, opening May 31, called the Battle of Fair Oaks. M. enemy artillery roared out over the roll of musketry off to the south of the Chickahominy, which was so swollen from the constant rains that only Grapevine Bridge was serviceable, and even it seemed risky. Judging from the fire, the corps south of the river was having a bad time. The division to which Gorman's brigade belonged got under arms, crossing the river at 2:30, the First in the lead. "27 The North Woods soldiers paid no attention and hurried on, reaching Courtney 27Ibid.
Johann, the eldest son, was now nominal head of the family, and besides, the prospects of going to the United States must have seemed more alluring than those of remaining in strife-torn Baden. So this unusual woman made her decision, bundled up the family equipage, sold her home or turned it over to relatives, loaded her brood and their belongings into a conveyance, and drove off. She must have realized, and her older children knew, that it was unlikely any of them would ever again return to this lovely land.
He died April 22, 1903. W. H. C. Folsom, Fifty Years in the Northwest, 760, describes his offer of troops. 23 Gorman was born in Fleming County, Kentucky, on January 12, 1816, but moved with his parents to Indiana, where he eventually became an able attorney and a politician. He enlisted in the Third Indiana Volunteers in the Mexican War, was promptly appointed major, "won the reputation of a gallant, dashing officer," and emerged a colonel. He became the second governor of Minnesota Territory and died at St.