Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Harper's Ferry” in chapter 1.8, section c.1.8.31, page 103 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...pended on his army more than Jackson?
Jackson knew the value of the Southern volunteer better and sooner (as I believe) than any other of our great leaders.
When General Johnston took charge at Harper's Ferry , the general staff went with the command.
One day, when the 2d Virginia Regiment, composed of men from my county, marched by, I said to him: If these men of the 2d Virginia will not fight, you have...
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