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Following Morgan's plume through Indiana and Ohio. From the N. O. Picayune, October 13, 1907. Recollections of the last and greatest campaign of the famous Confederate chieftain. By George Dallas Mosgrove. There lived a knight, when kn
ftain had been brilliantly successful but the contemplated long ride from the sunny hills of Tennessee through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio was to end in grave and almost irreparable disaster.
In high feather and in full song Morgan's gallant young y unhesitatingly fled.
At Salem, thirty miles further north, there was a similar occurrence.
Apparently the whole of Indiana was in arms, one blast upon a native's horn being worth a thousand men. The home guards were patriotic and commendably b , but with encompassing regular troops.
Even the women frowned, their voluble speech being uncomplimentary.
Neither in Indiana nor in Ohio did Morgan's Rough Riders see any bright smiles to haunt them still.
Unfortunately for Morgan his column