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New York Weekly
v. 23 no. 46
— chapters I-III (conclusion), page 8
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New York Weekly, v. XXIII, no. 46, October 1, 1868 (Issue)
Koons, J. E.
October 1, 1868
When that little band, the noble defenders of Fort Sumter, were first fired upon, many, foreseeing the result, or a part of it at least, left the South for the North, while many others, as truly loyal, deemed it best to await further developments.
Dear reader. The war is over- the life of our hero was spared, and you may imagine what a joyful time there was at that little cottage in the village of R-.