Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jefferson Davis” in chapter 1.38 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... sword was surrendered we did not surrender one jot or tittle of the principles for which we fought; they still live, and time is fully vindicating their truth.
A few days later came the news that Jefferson Davis had been taken prisoner and confined in Fortress Monroe; perhaps it was the most fortunate thing that could have happened to Mr. Davis.
Immediately he became the scape-goat of the Southern people; ...
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