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        Cumberland Gap during Occupation by the Union Army, c. 1862 | A State Divided

        This photo shows the Cumberland Gap. The Cumberland Gap cuts through the Cumberland Mountains at the point where Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky meet. During the Civil War, control of the area changed hands many times. Soldiers and battles were hard on the land and the people who lived there. Both armies took supplies from the stores, homes, and farms.

        This resource is part of the A State Divided: Exploring the Civil War Through Images collection.

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