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Colonel William Preston Johnston, The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston : His Service in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. 4 0 Browse Search
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hostilities. South Pass. concentration. movements of troops. winter. efforts to reach winter-quarters. in the snow-drifts. his defense by Mr. Davis. General Johnston's letters detailing the circumstances. rescue of the army. arrival at Bridger. the tests of soldiership. in winter-quarters. Fort Bridger. Major Porter's diary. Brigham's Salt embassy. Ornithology. conflicting Policies. Colonel Kane the diplomatist. senatorial criticism on General Johnston. trouble with Governorains at all possible for an army, encumbered with a train. This continued effort to advance was a struggle for fuel, and grass, and shelter, which we knew were near Fort Bridger. The army under my command took the last possible step forward at Bridger, in the condition of the animals then alive. These dying and half-dead animals were my only dependence for meat six days out of seven; and every day's work reduced fearfully the probability of my being able to feed the troops — a terrible risk