Statistics for occurrence #1 of “an aide-de-camp Col. Braxton Bragg” in chapter 3, page 22 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
A year later they were to hold in check the mob of a city which dreaded riots more than she did the foe.
The drummers were tightening up their drums for salute.
The governor had appointed as an aide-de-camp Col. Braxton Bragg , a name for battle.
The board of military commissioners, appointed by the last special session of the legislature, was busy providing for a small army, both regular and volunteer.
It had authoriz...
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