Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Western Virginia” in chapter 2 of John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer:
...miles, and then encamped for the night.
This is the first march on foot we have made.
The country through which we passed is extremely hilly and broken, but apparently fertile.
If the people of Western Virginia were united against us, it would be almost impossible for our army to advance.
In many places the creek on one side, and the perpendicular banks on the other, leave a strip barely wide enough for a...
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