Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wilmington, N. C.” in chapter 1.40, section c.1.40.147 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
He delivered lectures in Baltimore, Richmond, Raleigh and other cities, on the life and character of his colleague, friend and commander, Stonewall Jackson.
Later he established in Wilmington, N. C. , a military academy in the midst of the officers and men whose brigade commander he had once been, and conducted it successfully until March, 1873, when he accepted military service under the Khedive...
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