Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. B. Hood” in chapter 41 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...J. E. Johnston had severely hampered Sherman in his advance through the South; but, on the above date, this able Confederate general was displaced from his command owing to intrigues in Richmond, and J. B. Hood , who was considered a fighting general par excellence, succeeded him. This circumstance, though it threw a damper on the army which Johnston had so ably commanded, gave Sherman fresh spirits, and he ...
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