Statistics for occurrence #1 of “northwest Virginia” in chapter 7 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
...s previous military experience had been much the same as Lee's. In 1857 he resigned, to take up railroad work, and when war commenced he was made a major general of Ohio volunteers. He crossed into northwest Virginia on the 26th of May, he says, of his own volition and without orders. A portion of his command was under General Cox on the Kanawha. In McClellan's immediate front was a Confederate force under Ge...
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