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ember, 1863, from the Fifteenth Corps. The greater part of Kimball's Division had been ordered into Arkansas, where it became incorporated in the Seventh Corps. In February, 1864, A. J. Smith's and Veatch's Divisions accompanied Sherman on his Meridian expedition. In April, Mower's and A. J. Smith's Divisions moved with Banks' expedition up the Red River, fighting at the battle of Pleasant Hill aid in the various minor engagements incidental to that campaign. These two divisions had been loaision was transferred to the Fifteenth Corps. During the fall of 1863, the corps took part in various raids and marches, and in February, 1864, Crocker's and Leggett's Divisions accompanied Sherman's Army on the expedition from Vicksburg to Meridian, Miss., and on the return. Soon after this the corps became divided, two divisions joining Sherman's Army in the advance on Atlanta, while the rest of the corps remained in the Mississippi Valley. In May, 1864, the Third and Fourth Divisions we
hiloh, Tenn. 32 Spanish Fort, Ala. 1 Raymond, Miss. 12 Fort Blakely, Ala. 15 Champion's Hill, Miss. 5 Memphis, Tenn. 1 Milliken's Bend, La. 1 Steamer Moderator (1863) 1 Present, also, at Siege of Corinth; Port Gibson; Brownsville; Meridian. notes.--Mustered in April 25, 1861, for three months, after which it reorganized and mustered in for three years. Leaving Cairo in October, it served in Missouri until February, 1862, when it moved with Grant up the Tennessee River to Fort Hade was under the command of Colonel Hall, and served in McArthur's Division, Seventeenth Corps. The autumn of 1863, and most of the following winter, was passed in camp at Vicksburg. In February, 1864, it was engaged in Sherman's March to Meridian, Miss., after which the regiment, having reenlisted, went home on a veteran furlough. The reenlistments numbered 379, officers and men, which, with the recruits, preserved the organization after its term of service had expired. Upon its return it