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Two years after his death, the overworked editors at CONFEDERATE VETERAN magazine finally printed the obituary of General E.M. Law (1836 - 1920) - which they shamelessly lifted from the CHARLESTON NEWS & COURIER:

"In the dispatches which told of General Law's death mention was made of the fact that at the battle of Gettysburg, where he commanded Hood's division after General Hood was wounded, 'He was signally successful, having been brevetted on the field at Gettysburg by General Longstreet for maneuvering his division on the Round Top in such a manner as to effect the disastrous repulse of Kilpatrick's division of mounted Federal troops."

     


General E.M. Law at Gettysburg (Confederate Veteran, 1922)

General E.M. Law at Gettysburg (Confederate Veteran, 1922)

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