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The Illustrated London News, vol. 47, no. 1339, p. 394.

October 21, 1865

In the course of the recent civil war, and in less than three years, the town of Winchester, Virginia, was occupied forty-eight times by Union troops, and twenty-seven times by Confederate troops. One day it was occupied by both sides in battle, making seventy-six times in all.

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