Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. A. Walker” in chapter 1.34 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...nd subordinate generals, and was accustomed to say, If I can keep my movements secret from our own people, I will have little difficulty in concealing them from the enemy.
My old Colonel, J. A. Walker , afterwards made brigadier—general and put in command of the Stonewall Brigade, told me this incident: While Ewell's Division was occupying Swift Run Gap, and Jackson had gone to meet Milroy at...
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