Statistics for occurrence #1 of “West Virginia” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7.:
...ng through a much more populous and cultivated region, of affording to some extent the use of a railroad for supplies, and which would soon place him in the midst of some of the most fertile parts of West Virginia .
In order to carry out this scheme he asked for his old brigade, which had been left at Manassas, and that all the forces operating along the line of the Alleghanies southwest of Winchester, and la...
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