Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Northwest Virginia” in chapter 7 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
...it is done. I leave to-morrow for the army in western Virginia. As no immediate hostile advance now threatened the Federal or Confederate capitals, other sections began to receive attention. Northwest Virginia lies between the Alleghany Mountains and the Ohio River. It is a rough, mountainous district, with only a few passable roads connecting it with the remainder of the State. The iron horse had nev...
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