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. Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland . lUT. Ma.i. <;i.N. S. lU.A ri Y 3° OPDYCKE TIGERS,. ■(iKX. .1. W . Sll.l.. Mitchell soutlnvard from Nasliville, und proceeded with hismain force to join General Grant on the Tennessee, arrivingin time to participate, on the second day, in the battle ofPittsbnrg Landing. The enemy having retired to his forti-fied position at Ooiinth, General llalleck came forward inperson and condncted the operationsagainst that position. General Popescommand was added to the forces ofG

. Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland . lUT. Ma.i. <;i.N. S. lU.A ri Y 3° OPDYCKE TIGERS,. ■(iKX. .1. W . Sll.l.. Mitchell soutlnvard from Nasliville, und proceeded with hismain force to join General Grant on the Tennessee, arrivingin time to participate, on the second day, in the battle ofPittsbnrg Landing. The enemy having retired to his forti-fied position at Ooiinth, General llalleck came forward inperson and condncted the operationsagainst that position. General Popescommand was added to the forces ofG Stock Photo
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. Opdycke tigers, 125th O. V. I., a history of the regiment and of the campaigns and battles of the Army of the Cumberland . lUT. Ma.i. <;i.N. S. lU.A ri Y 3° OPDYCKE TIGERS,. ■(iKX. .1. W . Sll.l.. Mitchell soutlnvard from Nasliville, und proceeded with hismain force to join General Grant on the Tennessee, arrivingin time to participate, on the second day, in the battle ofPittsbnrg Landing. The enemy having retired to his forti-fied position at Ooiinth, General llalleck came forward inperson and condncted the operationsagainst that position. General Popescommand was added to the forces ofGrant and Bnell, making a very formid-able army. Corinth was evacuated inMay, and in June Bnells army was senteastward. During the summer a part ofBuells army guarded the railway linefrom Louisville, and the main body wasstationed at Battle Creek and otherpoints near Chattanooga observing theConfederate Army of the Tennessee under General Bragg atChattano(;ga. Braggs army was reinforced and preparedfor an otfensive movement, intending to advance to the OhioRiver and recover the States of Tennessee and Kentucky.When Bragg advanced, Buell fell back by a parallel line toIST

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