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graph of himself, which will appear elsewhere in this volume, and now he is numbered with the great army of cherished and well-remembered dead.

GEORGE W. SKINNER,

Secretary, Executive Committee. Big Cove Tannery, Pa., November 20, 1899.

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PENNSYLVANIA COMMANDS ENGAGED IN THE BATTLES OF CHICKAMAUGA, BROWN'S FERRY, WAUHATCHIE, ORCHARD KNOB, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, MISSIONARY RIDGE AND RINGGOLD.

Twenty-seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.
Twenty-eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Twenty-ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Forty-sixth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Seventy-third Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Seventy-fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Seventy-seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Seventy-eighth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
Seventy-ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

One hundred and ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

One hundred and eleventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

One hundred and forty-seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

Seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Cavalry.
Ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Cavalry.
Fifteenth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry.

Battery "B," Twenty-sixth Independent Pennsylvania Veteran Light Artillery.

Battery “E," Knap's Independent Pennsylvania Veteran Light Artillery.

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EXERCISES

AT THE

AUDITORIUM, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.,

NOVEMBER 13th, 1897.

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