Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Missouri” in chapter 1.54 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24.:
...'s West Point chums, had been made by President Lincoln a major-general in the regular army, and placed in command of the Department of the Ohio, which was soon enlarged to include Indiana, Illinois, Missouri , and other territory.
His headquarters were at Cincinnati, where he had previously resided as superintendent of the Ohio and Mississippi railway.
Mc-Clellan was a very attentive observer of the p...
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