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Daily Archives: May 27, 2012
61st OVI on the Move
On May 27th, 1862, Robert Patterson, with the 61st OVI, left Camp Chase for the field in Western Virginia. They joined General Fremont’s army at Strasburg, Virginia on June 23rd. From there, Fremont’s army crossed the Blue Ridge Mountains to … Continue reading
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