Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Joe Johnston” in chapter 120, page 357 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11.:
...leadership are at their homes, desiring peace and quiet, and their arms are in the hands of our ordnance officers.
On the receipt of my letter of the fifth, General Sherman moved directly against Joe Johnston , who retreated rapidly on through Raleigh, which place General Sherman occupied on the morning of the thirteenth.
The day preceding news of the surrender of General Lee reached him at Smithfield.
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