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News from Confederate Veteran

This is from the magazine’s September, 1902 edition. Late news even then, and I have no idea why they ran it, but it tells where our Lt. Col. O’Brien was nine months after the Battle of Fort Sanders—a Confederate POW. … Continue reading

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News from Confederate Veteran

From the September, 1895 edition of the magazine: “How indeed ‘all the world is akin!’ The widow of Gov. W. G. Brownlow, conspicuous for many years in Tennessee, especially in reconstruction times, still lives in their well-known residence in Knoxville. … Continue reading

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