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132nd Illinois Infantry
Regiment History

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Adjutant General's Report

The One Hundred and Thirty-second Infantry Illinois Volunteers was organized at Camp Fry, Chicago, Ill., by Colonel Thomas J. Pickett, and was mustered in for one hundred days from June 1, 1864

Moved June 6, for Columbus, Ky., and arrived on the 8th, reporting to Brigadier General Henry Prince. On the 15th of June, moved to Paducah, Ky., and reported to Colonel S.G. Hicks.

The Regiment remained on duty at Paducah until expiration of service, when it moved to Chicago, and was mustered out October 17, 1864.

(See remarks which precede the roster of the One Hundred and Thirty-Second Infantry for further history of the service of this Regiment.)

Transcribed by Susan Tortorelli

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