Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cleveland, Tenn.” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37.:
... be sent as bullets to the field under one of the sudden urgent demands for ammunition.
Much lead was also brought from abroad through the blockade.
A moderate amount of sheet copper was found at Cleveland, Tenn. , produced from the Ducktown ore, but later recourse was had for making percussion caps and friction primers to the turpentine stills scattered through the pine forests of North and South Carolina.
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