The 1st OVI arrived at Boiling Fork, Tennessee on July 7, 1862. On July 14, the regiment traveled by rail car to Tullahoma, Tennessee to repel an anticipated attack against that city. When no attack appeared, the regiment returned to Cowan Station, Tennessee on July 18 where it remained until late August 1862.
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