Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Southern Ohio” in chapter 37, page 312 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:

...d with grass, brush, and trees made Camp Lupton an agreeable summer residence. New accessions were received to the ranks every day; colored men, singly, in squads and companies, from every part of Southern Ohio , joining them, until the number exceeded seven hundred, independently of the details made for special duties. Upon the section assigned to them, they continued to labor until the twentieth. Durin...
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