Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Fortress Monroe” in chapter 1.50 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...tense love for the Southern people and the leaders of the Confederacy, with whom he had been so closely associated, both as a friend and as an adviser.
When Jefferson Davis was a prisoner at Fortress Monroe , he was visited daily by Father O'Keefe, who consoled the leader of the Lost Cause during the bitter hours that he was imprisoned.
He was invited by the widow of Mr. Davis to accompany the body of ...
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