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Civil War General Johnson Hagood
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Attached is the 1911 book review of the memoirs by Confederate Brigadier General Johnson Hagood (1829 - 1898) who fought many battles during the American Civil War; most notably Cold Harbor, the battles of Weldon Road, and Bentonville. At war's end Hagood surrendered to General Sherman.


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Confederate General Johnson Hagood (The Dial Magazine, 1911)

Confederate General Johnson Hagood (The Dial Magazine, 1911)

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