I figured it out.

  $ git reflog

Then

  $ git checkout -b someName shaOfResetCommit

Thankfully git doesn't actually delete anything for some 90 days after the 
fact.

My mistake was to use `--hard`, but I didn't think it would delete the 
files b/c there were not being tracked before this particular commit. 

Lesson learned!

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