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ns could be successfully carried on by free labor. In this respect he, more than any other man, solved the problem for the nation, but as it was really the application of military methods to civil operations, it cannot properly find an ampler place here. For the time, the Sea Islands were an object lesson, constantly visited from all parts of the country for the study of a difficult and momentous social problem. Xx. The Chancellorsville campaign. When General Hooker was ordered, Jan. 25, 1863, to the command of the Army of the Potomac, there were the following Massachusetts regiments and batteries, twenty-six different organizations, among the more than one hundred thousand men whom he commanded. Official War Records, Serial No. 39, pp. 156-170. It is worth noting that in addition to the troops here named both Hooker and Doubleday wrote at different times to the War Department asking, as a favor, to have the 34th Mass. Infantry (Colonel Wells) sent to them. (Official War