Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Samuel Gill” in chapter 1.54 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24.:
...an army of Kentuckians to the Confederacy—and perhaps fomenting opposition to the government.
In furtherance of his purposes, whatever they were, he sought an interview with McClellan through Samuel Gill , a brother West Point graduate.
As there could be no reasonable objection to the proposal, McClellan received Buckner and his friend.
In an official letter to the War Department, dated June 11th,...
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