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o their divisions, and hence, in the roster of the Army of Ohio, at Shiloh, we find, for instance, that the Fourth Division--Nelson's — was co7th Brigades.
The Army of the Tennessee contained six divisions at Shiloh, and the Army of the Mississippi fought at Iuka without any corps feen under the command of General Buell.
It had fought under him at Shiloh, and at Chaplin Hills, the latter battle occurring October 8th, juser, and many of the regiments had been engaged at Fort Donelson and Shiloh.
Ray muster-out; in a few weeks the ranks which had fought at Donelson, Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, Atlanta, and in the Carolinas, moved northwardhe fire of hard-fought fields.
Many of the regiments had fought at Shiloh, and at Chaplin Hills, and all of them were engaged at Stone's River.
McCook had distinguished himself at Shiloh, where his division contributed largely to Buell's success in the second day's battle; also at