The Lost Cause: A New Southern History of the War of the Confederates. Comprising a Full and Authentic Account of the Rise and Progress of the Late Southern Confederacy--the Campaigns, Battles, Incidents, and Adventures of the Most Gigantic Struggle of the World's History
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He cuts off the enemy's supplies . -He hopes to starve the garrison into surrender . - Reorganization of the Federal armies in the west . - Gen . Grant's new and large command .-- His first task to relieve Thomas in Chattanooga .
Report of the meat supplies in the Confederacy in January , 1862. - Effect of the campaigns in Kentucky and Tennessee on the question of subsistence.- Proposition to get meat through the enemy's lines .
The country it traverses full of supplies . - Pillage of Madison . - Concentration of the onemy's forces at Milledgeville . - An affair of militia at Griswoldsville . Kilpatrick's demonstration on Augusta - Statement of Confederate ...
How it was not a sign of infidelity to the Confederate cause . - Condition of the commissariat . - Bread taken from Gen. Lee's army to feed prisoners . - Alarming reduction of supplies . — Major French's letter .
But as the war continued , its pressure became heavier ; men , money , and supplies were needed ; and often the resolutions of Congress were either wholly neglected or positively repudiated by the States . It became apparent that the ...
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This was published very soon after the end of the War. Edward A. Pollard was an editor of "The Richmond Examiner" and had access to a huge amount of data and the assistance of many reporters and ... Read full review