Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Augusta, Ga.” in chapter 15, section c.25.98, page 72 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:

...d for the infantry and artillery a good laboratory and shops had been established at Richmond by the State, but none of the Southern arsenals were yet in a condition to do much work. The arsenal at Augusta, Ga. , was directed to organize for the preparation of ammunition and the making of knapsacks, of which there were none wherewith to equip the troops now daily taking the field. The arsenal at Charleston...
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