Organization of the Regiment,
Twentieth Ohio Veteran Volunteers,
Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry,
Sixty-Eighth Ohio Veteran Volunteers,
Seventeenth Wisconsin Vet. Volunteers,
Commissioned & Non-commissioned Staff,
Sergt. Jasper S. Laughlin,
Casualties of the War,
The Regiments leaving Ohio,
Battle of Fort Donelson,
The Regiment at Dover,
Battle of Shiloh,
Second day's Fighting — Letter from
Sergeant Jasper S. Laughlin,
Siege of Corinth,
Description of the Town,
Anecdote of the Fight of the 28th,
Powerful and Thrilling Sermon,
Prayer by a Texan Ranger,
Bethel and Jackson, Tennessee,
Grand Junction and Lagrange,
Drs. Waddel and Grey,
Battles near Bolivar,
General Leggett's Official Report,
Robert Hanson's Adventure,
March to Corinth and Iuka, Miss.,
Movement toward Central Mississippi,
Oxford and Mississippi University,
Anecdote of Holly Springs,
Camp near Memphis, .
The Battle of Memphis,
Trip down the Mississippi, .
Running the Blockade,
March to Bruinsburg,
Grand Gulf, Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson
and Champion Hills,
Battle at Black River,
Rear of Vicksburg, .
The Killed and Wounded at Champion Hills,
Description of the Siege,
Surrender of the Rebel Army and City, .
Total Loss of the Federal Army,
Camp at Bovina,
Compliments of Company E to Colonel
G. F. Wiles,
Flag Presentation from the Ladies of
Expedition to Canton and Jackson, Miss.,
General Leggett appointed to the command
of the Third Division,
The contest for the Flag,
Names of those who died at Vicksburg,
Meridian Expedition — Letter by Major
James S. Reeves,
Veteran Furlough and March to Atlanta,
Battle of the 22d of July, .
Captain W. W. McCarty's Imprisonment,
Evacuation and Destruction of Atlanta,
The Georgia March,
Beaufort, South Carolina,
Pocataligo, " "
The South Carolina Campaign,
March from Raleigh to Washington, D.C.,
Thence to Louisville, Ky.,
Maj.-General Leggett's Farewell Address,
Maj.-General Logan's " "
On page 4, for H. P. Trickee read H. P. Fricker.|
On page 5, for D. L. Bigge read D. L. Bigger.
On page 17, for deserted at Memphis read Atlanta.
On page 20, for Figley read Rigley.
On page 30, for Martzell read Hartzell.
On page 32, after Thomas W. Hopes to First Lieutenant
read also died at Vicksburg.
On page 37, for the following are marked deserters
read the following have died of disease.
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