The Military Memoirs of General John Pope

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ABBREVIATIONS
JCR Reports of the Joint [Congressional] Committee on the Conduct of the War,
Washington, D.C., 1863-65
MOLLUS Military Essays and Recollections, Papers Read Before the Commandery of
the State of Illinois
, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States,
Chicago, 1891
NT National Tribune
OHS Ohio Historical Society, Columbus
OR U.S. War Department, "The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies", 128 vols., Washing-
ton, D.C., 1880- 1901. OR citations take the following form: volume number
(part number, where applicable): page number. Unless otherwise indicated,
all volumes cited throughout notes are from series 1.
ORN U.S. War Department, The War of the Rebellion: The Official Records of the
Union and Confederate Navies
, 30 vols., Washington, D.C., 1894- 1922
PMHSM "Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts", vol. 2, The Vir-
ginia Campaign of 1862 under General Pope
, edited by Theodore F. Dwight,
Boston, 1895
UOW University of Washington, Spokane

INTRODUCTION
1.
Pope, "War Reminiscences, X: Personal Recollections of Conspicuous People, Civil and Military: Edwin M. Stanton," NT, February 12, 1891.
2.
Pope, "Army of Virginia, II: Campaign in Front of Washington in 1862: Virginia Fortitude," NT, August 9, 1888.
3.
William T. Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ( New York, 1990), 903, 911; David S. Stanley, Personal Memoirs of Major-General D. S. Stanley, U.S.A. ( Cambridge, Mass., 1917), 85. For examples of the high opinion western soldiers had of Pope, see Byron C. Bryner, Bugle Echoes: The Story of the Illinois 47th ( Springfield, 1905), 35; Henry Eby, Observations of an Illinois Boy in Battle, Camp, and Prison ( Mendota, Ill., 1910), 41; Oscar Jackson, The Colonel's Diary ( Sharon, Pa., 1922), 60; Henry Clay McNeil to his sister, November 29, 1862, McNeil Papers, Iowa Public Museum, Sioux City; Ly man B. Pierce , History of the Second Iowa Cavalry ( Burlington, 1865), 15; David T. Stathem to his family, n.d., Stathem Papers, and Joseph Strickling Reminiscences, 17, both in OHS; Marshall P. Thatcher, A Hundred Battles in the West: St. Louis to Atlanta, 1861-1865 ( Detroit, 1884), 43; C. W. Wills, Army Life of an Illinois Soldier ( Washington,

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