The Slaves of Liberty: Freedom in Amite County, Mississippi,

Dale Edwyna Smith

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Many historians believe that if McClellan had not surrendered his position outside Richmond and had captured the city when he had the chance, the war might have ended, the Union might have been saved, and slavery might have remained as it was before fighting began. The remaining six were exchanged as prisoners of war on March 17, 1863. By the beginning of 1862 prices had already doubled; by middle of 1863 they had increased by a factor of 13. Lee adds that soldiers who wish to request a furlough for the holiday would have to apply to their commanders.

Pages: 222

Publisher: Routledge (May 18, 2016)

ISBN: 1138982105

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