Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Ohio River” in chapter 7 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
.... 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 never penetrated its soil or watered in its mountain stream...
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