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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 1. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Statement of General J. D. Imboden. (search)
December, 1864, and reached Columbia, I think, on the 6th of January, 1865. General Winder immediately ordered me to the command of all the prisons west of the Savannssign each to its proper date. A few days after receiving my orders from General Winder, I reached Aiken, and visited Augusta, Georgia, and established an office t0, being at Andersonville. Before I received Colonel Bondurant's report, General Winder died, when, having no superior in command, I reported directly to the Secrecapacity in connection with active military operations. After the death of General Winder, I made repeated efforts to establish communication with the Secretary of W I saw it stated that Brigadier-General Gideon J. Pillow had been appointed General Winder's successor. General Pillow was then at Macon, but had received no officiathority to supply it. He had made a similar application, I was informed, to General Winder some time before, but it had not been acted on before the General's death.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 1. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Report of Colonel D. T. Chandler, (search)
thorized their issue, and I so telegraphed General Winder. Colonel Chandler's recommendations are co Thank God that Richmond is at last rid of old Winder; God have mercy upon those to whom he has been that he had been officially informed that General Winder, on being called on in August for a respon to investigate the issues between him and General Winder touching this report. He seems to feel hin the other side. The controversy between General Winder and Colonel Chandler was never brought to el Chandler's report wilfully injurious to General Winder, and supposed that it was the result of th, generally, that it severely reflected on General Winder, and while it induced calls for explanation and defence from General Winder, it at the same time, from its terms, inspired an impression of corepresentations of this report, or condemn General Winder without investigation and response from hiondition met the promptest attention; that General Winder was at once asked to explain the charges m[7 more...]