Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richmond, Kentucky” in chapter 37 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...own expense, tendered their services to aid in the defence of the city.
But this privilege was denied them, and they cheerfully performed the duty assigned.
The defeat of the national forces at Richmond, Kentucky , August thirtieth, 1862, opened the way for rebel invasion of that State to the Ohio River.
There was no organized force to resist this; none to protect Cincinnati.
Major-General Lewis Wallace,...
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