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President Davis and his cabinet had moved to Danville, Virginia, but on learning of Lee's surrender, they had to continue their flight south into NOlth Carolina. The only other remaining army in the East was there, a remnant of the once mighty Army of Tennessee combined with other commands, and since FebrualY once more commanded by Davis's old foe Joseph E. Johnston. Only Lee's specific request persuaded the president to give the post to Johnston once more. Meanwhile, on FebrualY 1 Sherman had begun his drive north from Savannah.
There to continue the fight, but on May 10, object. near Ilwinville, Georgia, Yankee cavalIy war, after the loss of more than 600,000 finaJly caught up with him. He would be lives, with hundreds of thousands of others sent to FOlt Monroe and kept there as a carrying the mental and physical scars of prisoner for two years before the govern- their war, the empty sleeves and the bro- ment finally decided not to prosecute him ken lives, the speed with which Nonh for treason. embraced the South once more, and with countenance or even talk of secession.
A concise history of the Civil War by William C Davis; William Marvel