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Daily Archives: April 27, 2013
The 61st OVI at the Battle of Chancellorsville
On April 27, 1863, the 61st OVI left their winter camp and crossed the Rappahannock River at Kelly’s Ford moving to the rear of the Confederate position at Fredericksburg. Here they connected with the rest of the Union army that had crossed the … Continue reading
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