Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Gen. Jos. R. Anderson” in chapter 1.2, section c.1.2.1, page 6 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37.:

...ch articles as saddlery, harness, accoutrements, etc., were obtained by contract with private persons widely scattered over the country. The Tredegar Works at Richmond, under the able management of Gen. Jos. R. Anderson , were of overshadowing importance. In 1861, the Southern States were almost wholly occupied with agricultural pursuits, and their resources immediately available in the way of manufacturing establi...
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