Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. E. Johnston” in chapter 8 of Fitzhugh Lee, General Lee:
.... Johnston, and one of said names be taken out, a good quartermaster general would be secured. Mr. John B. Floyd, who was the Secretary of War at the time, naturally threw his influence in favor of J. E. Johnston , as he came from his section of Virginia and was a relative, and he received the appointment. In those days the quartermaster general had the rank of brigadier general. When the writer once asked...
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