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Daily Archives: May 6, 2013
William and the 1st OVI
In May 1863, the 1st OVI, now part of the Second Division of the Twentieth Army Corps, is located outside of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in winter camp. They would remain in this location the Union Army of the Cumberland, until June 24. On May … Continue reading
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