Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mexican” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37.:
...ico, and after the Trans-Mississippi region had become isolated from the rest of the Confederacy and had in the main to look out for its own supplies, much material of various kinds was obtained from Mexican sources across the Rio Grande, though the long distances to be covered without railroads seriously limited this traffic. Until a short time before the fall of Fort Fisher, (in January, 1865) which,...
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