THE KENTUCKY RIDER

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    SEO GARMINDO
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    THE KENTUCKY RIDER<br />
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    His life began on June 1, 1825 in a large and beautiful house in Huntsville, Alabama. He moved with his parents and 7 brothers and sisters to Kentucky where he received an education worthy of the gentlemen of the South. John is a daredevil from childhood, it does not take him long to ride astride a horse. In 1846 he began his military career as a Lieutenant with the 1st Cavalry Regiment of Kentucky during the Mexican War where he observed and assimilated some methods of fighting. A year later, he entered the business world and linked his destiny to Rebecca Gratz Bruce. Unfortunately the young wife died tragically from an incurable disease in 1861, at the age of 32 years.<br />
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    Two years earlier, John Morgan and his brother Tomas had joined the “Lexington Fusiliers” a sort of militia set up by General Buckner to eliminate the escape routes of slaves to the North.<br />
    On April 17, 1861, John Hunt Morgan attended an important meeting organized in Lexington by the Dean of Unionism, John J. Crittenden. The latter, initially opposed to the war, invites the crowd to remain neutral. In fact, at the end of the year, 35,000 rebels under the command of Leonidas Polk occupied the southwest of the state, facing more than 50,000 federal led by Ulysse Grant who controlled three-quarters of Kentucky. The presence of a federal camp just 30 km from Lexington aroused the wrath of the Confederate sympathizers. The camp was created on the initiative of former Congressman (Whig) Garret Davis and Brigadier General William Nelson, with the unconcealed assent of President Lincoln. Governor Magoffin, while reaffirming his will for neutrality, disapproves of what he considers a federal intrusion. The good man eventually resigned to rally to Confederation.<br />
    On September 21 Morgan and his brother-in-law, Basil Duke, organized their first large-scale venture by leaving Lexington with 17 companions and two wagons, containing rifles, to join General Buckner at Bowling Green.<br />
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    Many sympathizers will join the band during the journey, moving from plow to rifle. Morgan manages to quickly set up a company of 87 horsemen, remarkably trained and equipped. In an on-the-job election, he is logically promoted to captain and his main right-handers, Basil Duke, James West and Sellers Van Buren are rewarded with a Lieutenant commission.<br />
    The Lexington fusiliers were replaced by the 2nd Cavalry Regiment of Kentucky. The noble and valiant leader of the partisans, is already illustrated by burning the railway bridge of Bacon’s Creek near Bonnieville before joining General Johnston at Bowling Green. This was but a large-scale operation, but it marked the beginning of the Morgan era and its riders, who were soon to execute hazardous operations far behind the northern lines.<br />
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    THE FANTASTIC RIDER<br />
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    Knowing the terrain perfectly and with the support of the ardent supporters of Confederation, supporters move like fish in the water in Kentucky and Tennessee. The fame of their leader further expanded after an expedition in August 1861. With the green light of Bragg, the new commander-in-chief of the Tennessee army, Morgan was able to carry out his favorite mission: to block the track Louisville-Nashville railroad and attract the enemy in false directions. His regiment not only took over the garrisons of Gallatin and Tunnel Hill, destroyed a train containing 29 cars but, above all, ignited a tunnel more than 200 meters long by means of burnt-out vans. Deprived of the reinforcements that had to be transported by the iron horse and cut off from its main supply base, General Carlos Buell sends a force of interception in a vain pursuit. The northerners were even cut to pieces on 23 August 1861 near Hartsville by the soldiers of Morgan and Nathan Bedford Forrest.<br />
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    The southerners suffered many setbacks in January 1862. Despite this, General Felix K. Zollicofer led an army of 4,000 Confederates to the assault of that of George H. Thomas, equal in number, to Logan’s Cross near Mill Springs. An enemy bullet kills Zollicofer and the rebels, in bad shape, retreat to Tennessee. Morgan is ordered to join Bedford Forrest to restore order in this state in full chaos and enforce martial law. A man of action, Captain Morgan must be satisfied with performing monotonous patrols. During a trip to Murfreesboro he meets his second wife. It is the daughter of Colonel Charles Ready, Martha, 21 years old.<br />
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    Morgan and his snipers will specialize in the destruction of refueling axles, bridges and railroads in order to slow down the progress of the feds. Morgan’s qualities, an energy linked to a great intelligence and a great patriotism, attracted General Sidney Johnston, who awarded him, on April 4, a certificate of colonel. He also asks her to take part in the battle which is to begin 48 hours later near a small log church in the village of Shiloh! General Johnston intends to drive the Yankees out of Tennessee with the help of General Leonidas Polk, descended from Columbus, Pierre Beauregard and his Division of Louisiana as well as Braxton Bragg who has just arrived from Pensacola with 10,000 troops . The Morgan unit was incorporated into the 1st Kentucky Brigade commanded by Colonel Robert P. Trabue.<br />
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    During this bloody hand-to-hand match, Rangers fought all day long with courage. “We were not used to this kind of open field combat, it had nothing to do with skirmishes Green River! “Basil Duke said after the war. The surprise effect of Johnston is a success but the losses are terrible on both sides. Johnston died at 14:30, bleeding from his blood as the battle continued. At nightfall, the Confederates think they will hold the victory but the arrival of 30,000 fresh soldiers tipped the balance in the northern camp the next morning. Beauregard, who had taken over the command, must logically sound the retreat. Twenty thousand soldiers from both sides were killed or wounded on the Shiloh plain. This battle profoundly disgusted John Hunt Morgan of the regular army’s fighting methods and is determined to wage his own war!<br />
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    During the retreat, Colonel Morgan’s gray tunics make a stopover in Lebanon, Tennessee, to heal their wounds. On the night of May 4-5, a 600-strong federal force prepared an ambush encircling the entire perimeter. At dawn, the assault was given, the colts and guns fired on all sides, the bullets whistled and the rebels tried to mount their mounts. The confusion is total. In the shooting, the group scattered at random from the streets. Morgan and a hundred of his horsemen miraculously escape this trap and cross the Cumberland River. 108 men – 65 captured, 17 killed and 26 wounded remain behind The report on the north is not more pleasing: 75 killed and 64 wounded.<br />
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    In retaliation, supporters attacked Cave City, Kentucky, on May 12th. A train with its load of blue soldiers led by Major Coffey is captured. The partisans also relieved the convoy of the contents of his wagon-safe, 8,000 dollars.<br />
    A few days later Morgan reached Chattanooga, where General Bragg assembled a new army.<br />
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    LA HORDE SAUVAGE<br />
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    Optimism is rapidly resuming in the southern forces. Many men join the ranks of Morgan. He can now count on two complete regiments. Among the new burnt heads is John B. Costleman who arrived from Kentucky with 41 companions; Robert A. Alston, future adjutant of Morgan; Thomas H. Hines, scout of the division; George Ellsworth, a telegraph champion descended from Canada for the sole purpose of serving Morgan and Leger Grenfell, an English recommended by Robert E. Lee himself. “Since England was not at war, I was obliged to go somewhere else to do it,” he said laconically to a journalist. The presence of a group of Texans led by Captain R.M. Gano, not to mention Lieutenant Bennet H. Young, who will lead the famous attack on the town of St. Albans in Vermont on October 19, 1864<br />
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    July 4, John Hunt Morgan launches from Knoxville in a fantastic raid across Kentucky and central Tennessee to the head of 900 soldiers. In the course of this remarkable and bold operation, the merry gang won several skirmishes, captured 17 cities, killing and wounding 1,500 blue tunics, lamenting only 90 wounded or killed in its own ranks. The southerners tore off miles of railway belonging to the Louisville-Nashville line, which supplies the government army; Destroy dozens of freight wagons and food depots before finally regaining their lines after 24 days and nearly 1,600 kilometers!<br />
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    This exploit pushes the boiling General Bragg to launch a new offensive to appropriate Kentucky, but he has the bad idea to disperse his army in six counties. His opponent, General Buell, on the contrary, rallied his forces for a decisive attack on 6 October in Perryville. Once again, the rebels must retreat behind the Tennessee line.<br />
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    Morgan and his 1,800 supporters are once again rushing through the state of Kentucky throughout the month of October, causing great damage to the lines Railways, and refueling routes. They were never there where the northerners were waiting for them, and in every town they passed, the riders were acclaimed like heroes by the natives: the women offering their most beautiful smiles to the sprightly Morgan. Faced with the rapid and unexpected movements of this one, the Federals are powerless and a good part of the region is paralyzed. The Division crossed the border on 1 November and established its camp at Murfreesboro. It was there that Morgan learned that Bragg had not been able to take advantage of the opening he had created, and that, on the contrary, the army chief had once again beat a retreat before Buell at the end Of the bloody battle of Perryville!<br />
    It was the last Southern offensive in Mississippi. This defeat was a blow for Confederation in general, and for Morgan in particular!<br />
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    Disappointed but not resigned Bragg decides to unite the three best riders of the Trans-Mississippi, the young “Fighting Joe” Wheeler, Bedford Forrest and John Hunt Morgan, under the same command. The last city, however, retains a certain independence. On December 7 at dawn, he raid Hartsville. Despite the cold and harsh resistance of the northerners, he made 2,000 prisoners and put his hand on several wagons stuffed with clothes, weapons and food, as well as two pieces of artillery. The daring Colonel was carried in triumph to Murfreesboro on his return. This new coup d’éclat is well worth the praise.<br />
    General Bragg, who is not one of his most fervent admirers, sends this message to the troop: “The intelligence, zeal and valor demonstrated by Colonel Morgan must serve as an example and a stimulus for the tasks To all the officers and soldiers who participated in this expedition, the General would like to thank you cordially and send you his sincere congratulations! “<br />
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    On December 11, Confederate President Jefferson Davis brought John Hunt Morgan to the rank of Brigadier-General and Basil Duke to Colonel. Two days later, John marries in second wedding, the charming Martha Ready in a decor and a Christmas atmosphere! Five big “oils” from the South Army attend the ceremony: Bragg, Hardee, Cheetham, Breckinridge and Polk. According to some sources, President Davis also participates in the celebration. His presence in Murfreesboro on the same weekend, no doubt.<br />
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    No honeymoon for Morgan. Reports of the spies indicate a likely offensive by Rosecrans, Buell’s successor, against the considerably weakened Tennessee army. With the consent of Bragg, the Colonel collects banners, horses and 4,000 men for what will become the “Christmas raid”. True to its tactics, the Kentucky partisan army is fighting far behind the lines of the Union. The objectives vary little: railways, vehicles, bridges, fortified positions … always supported by a well-disposed population. Never again would Morgan possess such an imposing force, but at that time the great John was at the height of his glory and nothing could be denied him.<br />
    He left Alexandria on 22 December and returned to Smitriville on 5 January with only 2 killed and 24 wounded. Leaving behind him the lines of enemy communication reduced to charpies.<br />
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    While Morgan and his riders exploded in Kentucky, the Southern army imploded during the Battle of Stone River. The Confederates were even obliged to retire from Mufreesboro. The fissure was deep between Bragg and his generals. The latter claimed in vain his replacement with Davis. Despite the major damage to the enemy, Morgan regretted not being able to launch his raid much earlier.<br />
    He takes his winter quarters in Neminville then Tullahoma and takes the opportunity to spend more time with Mattie. Some historians have written that Stone River was a tactical victory for Bragg but a strategic success for Rosecrans. This was the third consecutive setback of the Tennessee Army.<br />
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    Morgan’s “Raiders” now have the morale “in the heels”. Horses are running short, food supplies are running out and the lack of activity leads to a guilty relaxation. On the night of April 18-19, 1863, in McMinville, Tennessee, the sentinels were utterly surprised by unionists operating in adverse territory. During the attack, the panic-stricken partisans flee in all directions. John Hunt Morgan owes his salvation only at the speed of his faithful mare “Black Bess”!<br />
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    THE INFERNAL RAID<br />
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    Even the medal awarded by Congress can not temper his frustration. In his Alexandria Q.G, Morgan stamped with impatience, he wanted to strike a blow to restore the morale of the Confederates and to revive the flame with his men. Having learned of the success of the raid of Colonel Grierson and his detachment across Mississippi and Louisiana before returning to Baton Rouge after sixteen days and nearly a thousand kilometers of marauding, Morgan asked for permission to carry out similar action in States north of Ohio. Bragg agrees for a new raid in Kentucky but no further! After many setbacks in the south, his subordinate is convinced that such an undertaking can have important strategic consequences. Morgan therefore passes the orders of Bragg. Anyway, he has already sent his best scout, Tom Hines, to prepare the ground in Indiana. The Division, with 3,000 well-equipped men, crossed the Cumberland River on July 2. The attacks of deposits and the destruction of railway lines, occupy them for a while but during an engagement in Lebanon, Tom Morgan, the youngest of the family receives a bullet in the chest. Terrified by this wound, he falls from his horse and dies a few minutes later in the arms of his other brother, Calvin.<br />
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    Despite this harsh blow, John decides to pursue his goal: the Ohio River. When it arrives on the 8th in Brandenburg, on the south shore, the Hines detachment is waiting for it with two captured steamships: J.T. McCombs and Alice Dean.<br />
    The rebels dock in Maukport, Indiana, the next day. This state, which had hitherto been spared by the war, was going to experience a real hell. The Rangers Partisans are unlikely to treat the militia men or the soldiers they manage to take with care. Excited by anger and above all by the tension generated by the ever-present permanent, Morgan’s men began to plunder the civilians with savagery and to burn what they did not take. When they arrive at Versailles on the 1st of July, the southerners are in a terrible mood. Not content with sacking the city, they rob the bank’s safe. Leaving behind her a ruined city, the horde continued on her way to Harrison, which she reached the following Monday and crossed the Ohio as the threat weighed more and more on her back.<br />
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    In this region, gray tunics also sow terror and collect more loot in their fonts than anywhere else. In anticipation of an imminent attack by the enemy, Morgan thought of putting an end to his raid and sailing towards Virginia by boat. This plan is thwarted by a northerly detachment in Portland. Worse, the joint forces of Hobson and General Judah are trying to take the rebels in pincers. Basil Duke’s quick and insightful mind will keep the main body from being caught on the road to Pomeroy. He made dismount a few men to face an opponent far superior in number. 120 fighters are killed and 700 others, including Duke, taken prisoner. This sacrifice gave the necessary respite to Morgan, who had instantly ordered his horsemen to spur their horses.<br />
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    Feeling back again, the fugitives ride day and night, living on bays and roots and trying to cross Ohio to Reidsville. Only 300 of them will succeed in regaining the southern lines. A gunboat prohibited the rest of the troop from crossing the watch at this point. Morgan, who is however part of the first group, turns back because he wants to respect the oath of the riders of Kentucky “fidelity to any test”. There is no question of abandoning those who have faced the same dangers and shared the same difficulties.<br />
    The prosecution lasts another week and gives rise to many skirmishes. On July 26 at eight in the morning, the 900 survivors were surrounded in Salineville by the 9th Cavalry Regiment of Michigan. Despite the general exhaustion, the rebels launched a heroic charge to break the circle. During the fight, 30 are killed, 50 wounded and 200 captured.<br />
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    Six hours later, John Hunt Morgan, conscious of having shot his last card, decides to lay down his arms and go with his men near West Point, in the county of Columbiana. The biggest raid of the Civil War (1,500 km) had just ended.<br />
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    THE GREAT ESCAPE<br />
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    Prisoners are treated roughly because the northern authorities do not recognize Rang partisans as regular fighters. The hair and the beard of the “irregulars” are shaved, even balls are tied at their feet like vulgar convicts. The officers were interned at Cincinnati Prison before being transferred to the Columbus Penitentiary on July 30, where Basil Duke was awaiting them. The discipline of the place is very strict. Morgan wrote, without real hope, several letters of protest about the conditions of detention. His mother, who traveled from Kentucky, was even driven back to prison. The behavior of his jailers reinforces the general’s determination to leave the place as soon as possible, but how? “Just digging a tunnel,” replied Tom Hines, who had noticed the sandy soil of the cells in which the prisoners were piled up. The young captain spent three months developing an escape plan and is the most determined of Morgan’s men. His plan was to dig a tunnel into the courtyard of the settlement and then climb the surrounding wall with a rope suspended from a grapple made of iron poker.<br />
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    It is established that seven men will try their luck: Captains Ralph Sheldon, Sam B. Taylor, Jacobs C. Bennet, James D. Hockersmith, Gustavus S. McGee, Tom H. Hines and of course Brigadier-General John Hunt Morgan. The last two agreed to take the night train that connects Columbus to Cincinnati.<br />
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    For eight weeks the prisoners went to dig a huge underground passage with spoons taken from the canteen. On 20 November, the tunnel is finished and the escape attempt is set for 27 at midnight. The luck is with the seven men, at the time agreed for the start, a heavy rain falls on the area and the guards decide to find a shelter in the interior after having taken care to close the dogs in their niche. The plan therefore proceeds smoothly. As their companions disperse into the wilderness, Morgan and Hines take the train to Columbus Station in the direction of freedom. The next day, when the chief engineer slowed down his locomotive on the approach of the Cincinnati suburbs, the two companions left the iron horse and headed for the Ohio River. They swim across it and reach Kentucky, where they have many friends ready to help them. The fugitives will cross all the barriers and go to Tennessee exhausted but safe!<br />
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    The news of John Hunt Morgan’s escape has spread like wildfire in Ohio. Governor Todd immediately offers a reward of $ 5,000 to the one who captures the leader of the Kentucky guerrillas. But this one is already far away. On December 25, on Christmas Day, he joined his wife Mattie in Columbia, southern Virginia, where she had sought refuge after Bragg’s retreat to Chattanooga in July.<br />
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    THE LAST CHARGE<br />
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    In January 1865, John Hunt Morgan made a triumphant return to Richmond. A large reception is organized to celebrate the return of the prodigal son! Yet, despite his popularity among soldiers, it must be admitted that his personal sense of discipline, his incorrigible propensity to argue and his habit of making only his own head, and preferably backwards from the rules of military manuals , Do not appreciate it by all its superiors. Morgan’s personal aura is particularly shadowy to General Braxton Bragg, who has accumulated failure on failure. Bragg does not forgive his achievements, obtained in defiance of the rules taught in military schools. But above all he reproaches his subordinate for the inexpiable fault of having disobeyed his orders. Bragg pressured the high place to prevent Morgan from getting a new command. But is it reasonable to put a hero of the Southern nation on the sidelines?<br />
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    Not only did Morgan receive on June 22, 1864, the District Command stretching from West Virginia to the east of Tennessee, but he had no difficulty in raising a new Brigade within which there were some famous Sue Mundy, Henry C. Magruder, Bill Marion, and Samuel “One Armed” Berry, to launch a final raid in Kentucky. The riders swept the northern backs with dazzling rapidity. During this operation, Morgan gathers thousands of horses and makes 1,000 prisoners including General Hobson, the man who had tracked him the previous year! He does not have time to savor the irony of the situation because his successes are quickly eclipsed by a surprise attack of blue tunics on June 19 in Cynthiana. The battle raged for several hours and the rebels were eventually driven out of the territory. Bragg jubilant, nothing can stop him from satiating his revenge and peluang bisnis. get rid of this cumbersome officer. Morgan was relieved of his command for Brigadier-General John C. Echols on 30 August.<br />
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    Worse, suspicions are also hovering over Morgan and his men about a dark flight history at the Mount Sterling Bank during the recent raid in Kentucky. Victim of appearances and threatened to be translated into Court Martial, he writes a letter to the Minister of War, James A. Seddon in which he denies any involvement in this robbery case and takes the defense of his most devoted and The best baju anak of his friends. After all, it could not be otherwise, they were facing the same fate together! The unfortunate Morgan has no time to wash himself of what he calls “ignominious and unjust accusations.” Aware of Yankee plans to invade Tennessee, he immediately left Jonesboro to join Greenville in order to accomplish his duty and stop the enemy’s rush. In reality, he goes straight to his destiny!<br />
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    The house of Catherine Williams, in which he lodges with his staff, is attacked by enemy soldiers the 4 of September of 1864. One of the sons of Mrs. Williams, who had joined the Union camp, had learned from his wife the presence of the formidable Morgan in the parental home. The young northerner had immediately informed his superiors of the news. John falls into a real trap. The house being surrounded, he tries to flee on foot and unarmed through the vineyards adjacent to the property but is caught and then loosely shot by a bullet in the courtyard by Private Andrew Campbell of the 13th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. Morgan was worse than an earthquake and some federal authorities had good reason to want to end the general’s career. “His assassins destroyed the palisade that surrounded the ground where they had executed him, threw his body on a mule and then paraded in the city exulting wild glee,” wrote Basil Duke, who had been released in August and sent back to Tennessee, Exchanged with northern officers in Charleston, in accordance with the formalities prescribed by the treaties.<br />
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    For the anecdote, Campbell will be elevated to the rank of Lieutenant a few days after giving the coup de grace to the man who had foiled until then all the traps stretched on its long road.<br />
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    The general’s corps was repatriated to Abingdon and then buried on 8 September in the local cemetery (**). The flamboyant cavalier of Kentucky was 39 years old, leaving behind a wife and two children grosir baju anak.<br />
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    Shortly after the death of their leader, the best elements who had left the rank-and-file partisans for various reasons met under the command of Duke, promoted general, to cut to pieces all the Yankees in eastern Tennessee! Morgan’s brother-in-law will continue the fight until the last day, alongside Jefferson Davis.<br />
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    * The trial continued after the war. Finally, no evidence was found involving Morgan in the theft of Mt. Sterling’s bank.<br />
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    ** The body of John Hunt Morgan was transferred on April 17, 1868 to Lexington in the family vault peluang usaha.

    #1478

    Angela Purple
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    #1479

    yung-yung kim
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    great post

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    yung-yung kim
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