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condition to do much work.
The arsenal at Augusta, Ga., was directed to organize for the preparati the Government Powder-Mills was fixed at Augusta, Georgia, on the report of Colonel Rains, and progway on the canal which supplied waterpower to Augusta.
This canal served as the means of transport various munitions and equipments required: Augusta, Ga.; Charleston, S. C.; Fayetteville, N. C.; Rieavy artillery; and after the powder-mills at Augusta went into operation in the fall of 1862, we huted at Columbia S. C., Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, Mobile, Selma, and various other points.
Wein extent and facilities.
The arsenal of Augusta, Ga., was in great part organized in the city, w castings very much.
The powder mills at Augusta, Ga., which I have already mentioned as the diren.
These, with our admirable powder-mills at Augusta, would have completed a set of works for the ordnance establishments— such as Richmond and Augusta, &c.—had the grade of Lieutenant-Colonel, lik