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Rains Release Date: February 7, 2008 [EBook #24537] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CONFEDERATE POWDER WORKS *** Produced by David Wilson and The Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http:--www.pgdp.net (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive-American Libraries.) HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERATE POWDER WORKS By COL.
RAINS. Late of the Confederate Army. An Address Delivered by Invitation Before the Confederate Survivors’ Association, at its Fourth Annual Meeting, on Memorial Day, April 26th, 1882. THE NEWBURGH DAILY NEWS PRINT, NEWBURGH, N.
Y. ADDRESS. _Fellow Confederate Survivors:_ In accepting your invitation to address you on the general history of the Confederate Powder Works, I do so with some hesitation, on account of my close personal connection with a subject which absorbed my thought, time and energies. In the history of a war we find, generally, but little reference to the Tue Apr 04 19:13:03 2017 2 manufactories engaged in the preparation of material; they had been previously established, and were in active operation before its commencement, their products being immediately available for active operations.
An instance can scarcely be found in modern warfare where previous preparations had not been made, and where the necessary manufacturing works did not already exist. The late war was entered upon unexpectedly.
Throughout the Southern country it was supposed that the North would not seriously oppose a secession o...

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