Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Johnson” in chapter 1.2 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26.:

...horseman soon transferred him from civil life to the command of 3d South Carolina cavalry. He was elected colonel early in 1862, and led the regiment with signal ability until the close of the war. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Johnson , and Major John Jenkins, being the other field officers. He was constantly on duty on the coast line of defences for more than three years, active and enterprising; the 3d South Carolina cavalry pe...
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