This image shows the sunken road near where it bends. The rise on the left is known as Kimball's Knoll; the Roulette farm lane runs behind the knoll.
Several Union attacks swept over the ground here, advancing from left to right. Kimball's Brigade led the first wave. His was followed by Meagher's and Caldwell's.
It was near here that the fatal mixup in orders led to the accidental withdrawl of Rode's Brigade from the lane.
The postion shown here was occupied by General Anderson's leftmost regiment, the 2nd North Carolina. It is thought that the body of Colonel Charles Tew, commanding the regiment (and Anderson's whole brigade when Anderson himself fell), may be leaning against the bank on the right foreground.