Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Pope” in chapter 1.16 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...After Malvern Hill several weeks of quiet were passed near Richmond.
No further movement was attempted by McClellan on the Peninsula.
The next movement of the Washington government was to appoint John Pope , the man who had always seen only the backs of his enemies, to take command of the army.
With a flourish of trumpets he began his preparations of threatening Richmond from the north, which change o...
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