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History of the Eighty-First Regiment of Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the Great War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1865
by George W. Morris (Louisville, Ky.: Franklin Printing Co., 1901)
ACPL Call Number 973.74 IN2MO

Contents:
Title Page
Preface
I. Character and Organization
II. The Battle of Perryville
III. On to Nashville
IV. The Battle of Stone River
V. Our Wagon Train Destroyed by the Rebels
VI. Wintering Near Murfreesboro
VII. The Advance Upon Chattanooga
VIII. The Battle of Chickamauga
IX. Operations About Chattanooga
X. Major Calloway Presented with a Sword
XI. General Sherman Marching Through Georgia
XII. Brigadier General Kirby; More of the Georgia Campaign
XIII. The Advance on Atlanta
XIV. Atlanta is Taken
XV. Operations About the Base When Sherman Started to the Sea
XVI. Nashville Invested
XVII. Closing Incidents of the Great Rebellion
XVIII. Our Company of the Pioneer Corps
Conclusion
Roster

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