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Well Done, Indiana

  • Aired: 11/19/2012
  • 30:00
  • Rating: NR
In total, about 200,000 Hoosiers volunteered to fight during the course of the American Civil War. The Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, sent a personal note to Governor Oliver P. Morton to recognize Indiana’s contribution: “Well Done, Indiana.” The show details the important military and political contributions Hoosiers made to the war.
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