Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pennsylvania” in chapter 2.21 of John Esten Cooke, Wearing of the Gray: Being Personal Portraits, Scenes, and Adventures of War.:
...wounds; and were again on the war-harried banks of the Rappahannock.
A few words will terminate this sketch of the summer campaign of 1863.
Of this great ride with the cavalry through Pennsylvania , the present writer has preserved recollections rather amusing and grotesque, than sad or tragic.
The anxiety expressed by a fat lady of Dutch origin, to secure a blue postage stamp with the head o...
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