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Sept. 27, 2023

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Clark County History: Confederate makes good

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President Grover Cleveland appointed a former Confederate officer as special agent of the General Land Office for the Washington Territory in 1885. During the Civil War, Lt. James A. Munday (1843-1918) led a Tenth Kentucky Cavalry company against Union troops until he was captured and imprisoned for the duration.

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