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Campaign of General E. Kirby Smith in Kentucky, in 1862. by Paul F. Hammond. Prefatory Note.--This narrative was writt
propose to write a history of the Confederate campaign in Kentucky, but to give a true and faithful narrative of those event it was the largest portion,) which General Smith led into Kentucky, but the causes which produced them and the objects sough ackers, native born white men of East Tennessee and Southeastern Kentucky, as savage and relentless, and nearly as ignorant, itary authorities at Knoxville.
He was now on his way to Kentucky--still on foot.
We met him a few days afterwards at Barb distance, Heth, cavalry and all.
A little way over the Kentucky line the road leads through a broad, shallow, and very cl For some little time we had seen a number of men, in blue Kentucky jeans, the common dress of the people, moving to and fro enever the opportunity offered; and when we returned from Kentucky they were more hostile than ever.
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