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A Military Genius

Life of Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland

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Published: 1891
Language: English
Wordcount: 46,323 / 146 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.3
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 636
Added to site: 2007.06.24
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The great unrecognized member of Lincoln's Cabinet.

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nk and took it to the War Department.

On page 24 of Miss. Doc. 58, Judge Wade writes:

"Referring to a conversation with Judge Evans last evening he called my attention to Colonel Scott's telegram announcing the fall of Island No. 10 in 1862 as endorsing your plan, when Scott said, 'the movement in the rear has done the work.' I stated to the Judge, as you and he knew before, that your paper on the reduction of Vicksburg had done the work on that place, after being so long baffled and with the loss of so much life and treasure by trying to take it from the water; that to my knowledge your paper was approved and adopted by the Secretary of War and immediately sent out to the proper military authority in that Department."

On April 16, 1891, by permission of the kindly authorities of the War Department, search was made in the office of the Chief Engineer to see if, by chance, these maps might have come to the War Department. No trace or record was found and it seemed to be agreed that, consid

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