Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Frederick, Maryland” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7.:

...ithin reach. The forces and positions of the enemy opposed to Jackson at the beginning of 1862 were as follows: General Banks, commanding the Fifth corps of McClellan's army, with headquarters at Frederick, Maryland , had 16,000 effective men, the greater part of whom were in winter quarters near that city, while the remainder guarded the Potomac from Harper's Ferry to Williamsport. General Rosecrans, still ho...
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