Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cabinet Ministers” in chapter 1.28, section c.1.29.111, page 269 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...rnment storehouses in Danville, all filled to the ceiling, as well as many loaded cars, awaiting shipment.
Trains of supplies were made up, but it was slow work.
The yard was crowded with cars.
Cabinet Ministers and their families and other prominent people, living in box cars, were in our way, and we could not get rid of them, but did the best we could.
Our first train was ready when the order came to hol...
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