Fighting by Southern Federals: In Which the Author Places the Numerical Strength of the Armies That Fought for the Confederacy at Approximately 1, 000, 000 Men, and Shows That 296, 579 White Soldiers Living in the South, and 137, 676 Colored Soldiers, and

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Excerpt from Fighting by Southern Federals: In Which the Author Places the Numerical Strength of the Armies That Fought for the Confederacy at Approximately 1, 000, 000 Men, and Shows That 296, 579 White Soldiers Living in the South, and 137, 676 Colored Soldiers, and Approximately 200, 000 Men Liv The Federal forces which essayed to occupy that part of Virginia which was formed later into the State of West Virginia were composed partly of soldiers from that region and Kentucky, and were not resisted by the western Vir ...

Fighting by Southern Federals: In Which the Author Places the Numerical Strength of the Armies That Fought for the Confederacy at Approximately 1,000,000 Men, and Shows That 296,579 White Soldiers Living in the South, and 137,676 Colored Soldiers, and App 2016, Palala Press

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Fighting by Southern Federals: In Which the Author Places the Numerical Strength of the Armies That Fought for the Confederacy at Approximately 1,000 2010, Nabu Press, Charleston SC

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