342 men lay dead in the sun, killed by musket, lance and treachery.
28 more were on the run.
They were already weakened by thirst and hunger and it would be many days before they would find safety in the arms of their countrymen.
Hiding out in the timber and moving at night, food was scarce. And even when they found game, they had nothing to bring it down with.
Here's how some of them survived.
From the account of DILLARD COOPER: