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How to use hazen in a sentence. Hazen pronunciation.

Six of these guns I turned over with caissons complete; eleven were hauled off the field and appropriated by an officer of high rank-General Hazen.
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General Hazen took no notice of this report then, though well aware of its existence.
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In a book published by General Hazen in 1885, he endeavored to show, by a number of letters from subordinate officers of his command, written at his solicitation from fifteen to twenty years after the occurrence, that his brigade was the first to mount Missionary Ridge, and that it was entitled to possess these guns.
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Fort McAllister was soon captured by an assault made by General Hazen's division.
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The butchers give them to him when he comes to Hazen or Des Arc.
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I been living in Hazen forty or fifty years.
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This information given by: Henry Walker Place of Residence: Hazen, Arkansas Occupation: Farmer.
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After Henry Walker came to Hazen, Colonel Yopp had him feed his dogs and attend him on big fox hunting trips.
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Against this fort Sherman detached his own old Shiloh division of the Fifteenth Corps, now under the very capable command of General William B. Hazen.
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As the day wore on Sherman became very impatient, watching for Hazen's attack, when a black object went gliding up the Ogeechee River toward the fort.
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Then, just as the signal flags ceased waving, Hazen's straight blue lines broke cover, advanced, charged through the hail of shot, shell, and rifle bullets, rushed the defenses, and stood triumphant on the top.
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Eighteen hundred of them, under General Hazen, were to take sixty pontoon boats, and under cover of night float by the pickets of the enemy at the north base of Lookout, down to Brown's Ferry, then land on the south side and capture or drive away the pickets at that point.
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At three o'clock on the morning of the 27th, Hazen moved into the stream with his sixty pontoons and eighteen hundred brave and well-equipped men.
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Smith started enough in advance to be near the river when Hazen should arrive.
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At five o'clock Hazen landed at Brown's Ferry, surprised the picket guard, and captured most of it.
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Shaking with excitement, he craned his body across the wall and read: HAZEN'S BRIGADE to The Memory of Its Soldiers who fell at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862.
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C. A. HAZEN, Woodsville, N.H. September 30, 1911.
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Examples of Hazen

Example #1
I have no disposition to renew the controversy which grew out of this matter.
Example #2
My division captured 1,762 prisoners and, in all, seventeen pieces of artillery.
Example #3
Nearly a quarter of a century later, however, he endeavored to justify his retention of the guns by trying to show that his brigade was the first to reach the crest of Missionary Ridge, and that he was therefore entitled to them.
Example #4
At the time the occurrence took place I made the charge in a plain official report, which was accepted as correct by the corps and army commanders, from General Granger up to General Grant.
Example #5
The doubtful character of testimony dimmed by the lapse of many years has long been conceded, and I am content to let the controversy stand the test of history, based on the conclusions of General Grant, as he drew them from official reports made when the circumstances were fresh in the minds of all.