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Chapter 9: December 4, 1863, to May 3, 1864. At Brandy Station winter quarters and Army life in them reorganization of the Army Dissolution of the Third Corps we join the Second Corps Corps review hanging scene. The attention of the army was now occupied in settling itself comfortably in winter-quarters about Brandy Station. For miles in all directions sprang up the tented villages and cities, as regiments, brigades, or divisions pitched their white canvas or built their
were corduroyed, and they even boasted sidewalks similarly constructed.
A comprehensive photograph of their camp at Brandy Station, in the winter of 1863– 64, would be a valuable feature in any history of the army to which this corps belonged.
I order Capt. J. H. Sleeper, the stiver (?) water having run out thereby rendering him perfectly useless.
Removed from Brandy Station to 2nd Corps near Stevensburg, Va.
Joseph Cross reported to quarters.
Serg't Geo. H. Putnam returned fr