Pope's Memoirs in the National Tribune
Listed below are the original National Tribune installments of Pope's memoirs, as they have been ordered in the chapters of this book.
"War Reminiscences: Personal Recollections of Conspicuous People, Civil and Military: Gov. Dick Yates," December 11, 1890.
"Missouri in 1861, I: Affairs in That State the First Year of the War," February 17, 1887.
"Missouri in 1861, II: A Conscientious Effort to Restore Peace and Quiet," February 24, 1887.
"Missouri in 1861, III: Military Operations during the Early Winter," March 3, 1887.
"Missouri in 1861, IV: Gen. Frémont Superseded in Command by Gen. Hunter," March 10, 1887.
"Island Number Ten, I: The First Success in Opening the Mississippi," May 5, 1887.
"Island Number Ten, II: The Patient Labors and Suffering of the Brave Soldiers," May 12, 1887.
"Siege of Corinth, I: Halleck's Snail-like Approach to the Rebel Stronghold," May 17, 1888.
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Publication information: Book title: The Military Memoirs of General John Pope. Contributors: Peter Cozzens - Editor, Robert I. Girardi - Editor, John Pope - Author. Publisher: University of North Carolina Press. Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 239.
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