Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Athens, Tenn.” in chapter 39, page 320 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...d to let him sleep on. He made his way to the house of a Union man that he knew lived near there, and went up and passed himself off as Captain Quartermaster of Hunt's regiment, who was on his way to Athens, Tenn. , to procure supplies of sugar and coffee for the Union people of the country.
The lady, who appeared to be asleep while this interview was taking place with her husband, at the mention of sugar and...
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