Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Western Kentucky” in chapter 1, page 6 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...had control of the river.
It required a prodigious effort to dislodge them.
To concede to them any point on the river, even for a week, would bring disaster.
Furthermore, the rebels now control Western Kentucky ; they are murdering, robbing, and driving out the loyal men; they avow their determination to permit the loyal men to take no part in the approaching elections.
Unless protected in their effort to ...
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