Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Confederate States” in chapter 1.1 of Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government:

...hecked conquest, the enemy was driven at more than one point to assume the defensive; and, upon a fair comparison between the two belligerents, as to men, military means, and financial condition, the Confederate States were relatively much stronger at the end of the year than when the struggle commenced. The necessities of the times called into existence new branches of manufactures, and gave a fresh impulse to...
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