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Journal-history of the Hundred & third Ohio volunteer infantry

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This edition was published in in Bryan, Ohio.

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This edition was published in in Bryan, Ohio.


Table of Contents

Organization of the regiment
Ordered to the field
Forward
Snow's Pond
Forward again
Our stay at Frankfort
Trip to Louisville
Further stay at Frankfort
Forward movement
March to Monticello
On the banks of the Cumberland
To the rear
Across the mountains
In East Tennessee
Loyalty of the people
At Greenville
Henderson Station
To Johnson's Station
Cleaning out a rebel
To the Watauga River
Retrograde movement
At Blue Springs
Our first soldier vote
Still forward
Backwar again
To Paintown and back
To Knoxville
Winter quarters
Longstreet before Knoxville
Battle of Armstrong Hill
Military nonsense
Hardships of the siege
The siege abandoned
Our pursuit
To Blain's Cross Roads
New Years Day
March to Dandridge and back
On toward Knoxville
A month in Camp at Knoxville
Up the country again
To Jonesboro again
Tearing up railroad
To Charleston
The grand move begins
Battle of Resacca
To Cassville
Pumpkin Vine Creek
The second of June
To Norses' Creek
Chattahoochie River
Siege of Atlanta
Cutting loose from Atlanta
To Jonesboro
The fall of Atlanta
Back to Decatur
In camp once more
Another move backward
To Nashville
Hood at Pulaski
The hundred and third at Spring Hill
The Battle of Franklin
At Nashville-preparing for an advance
The pursuit of Hood
Our trip to North Carolina
On to Wilmington
Exchanged prisoners
Toward Raleigh
Near the end
Homeward bound
Sadness and joy commingled
At Cleveland
Mustered out
Concluding remarks.

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