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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
ipes were carried in line by nearly all of the parading organizations. Captain Daniel M. Lee was chief marshal. Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta the day was generv. Mr. Funsten, Captain McCabe was introduced. His address was upon the Life of Lee and The Defence of Petersburg. The hall was crowded with an enthusiastic audienalth rang out her eternal defiance to their calumnies by placing the birthday of Lee in her civic calendar alongside that of Washington, and published to the world t that brilliant soldier who for four years followed the tattered battle-flags of Lee and of Jackson—rising from simple captain, grade by grade, through sheer force of skill and daring until as commander of Jackson's old corps he became Lee's right arm in that wondrous final campaign which has claimed the admiration of the brave t the freedom of the Western World. And here and now, my countrymen, I tell you Lee shall ride With that great Rebel down the years, Twin Rebels, side by side— And