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Nelson (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry pollard-edward-albert
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): entry pollard-edward-albert
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Lynchburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): entry pollard-edward-albert
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Edward Albert Pollard (search for this): entry pollard-edward-albert
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in pris publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
December 12th, 1872 AD (search for this): entry pollard-edward-albert
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
Pollard, Edward Albert 1828-1872 Journalist; born in Nelson county, Va., Feb. 27, 1828; graduated at the University of Virginia in 1849; studied law in Baltimore, Md., and was editor of the Richmond examiner in 1861-67. He was a stanch advocate of the Confederacy during the Civil War, but bitterly opposed Jefferson Davis's policy; was captured near the end of the war and held a prisoner for eight months. His publications include Letters of the Southern spy in Washington and elsewhere; Southern history of the War; Observations in the North; Eight months in prison and on parole; The lost cause; A New Southern history of the War of the Confederates; Lee and his Lieutenants; The lost cause regained; Life of Jefferson Davis, with the secret history of the Southern Confederacy; Black diamonds gathered in the Darky homes of the South; and The Virginia tourist. He died in Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 12, 1872.
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