To the Congress of the United States

To the Congress of the United States

Soon After the Commencement of the Late Rebellion, the Mississippi River Being Almost Wholly in the Possession of the Enemy, the Military Authorities of the United States Decided to Open and Use the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers as Lines of Communication for the Great Armies Destined to Operate in the Southwest. ... It Was at This Time and Under These Circumstances That My Property Was Appropriated to the Public Use

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Publisher: [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1872]
Characteristics: 4 p. (online resource) ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: United States 1871-1872)


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