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On December 17, 1861, Confederates attacked elements of the 32nd Indiana Infantry that were protecting construction parties repairing the vital rail bridge crossing Green River at Munfordville, Ky. After the fight, most Union dead were interred on a small knoll just north of the Green River near

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