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July 19, 1863 Daniel Harvey Hill replaces William Hardee in command of the Second Corps of the Army of Tennessee
  William Hardee
  Daniel Harvey Hill
July 19, 1863 While crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky at Buffington Island, John Hunt Morgan's raiders stumble onto a fortified position. Federals manage to kill or wound 120 and capture 700 men and most of the rest return to Ohio to find an alternate crossing. Ohio
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  John Hunt Morgan
July 19, 1866 Tennessee ratifies the 14th Amendment. This quick ratification meant Tennessee would not suffer under 2nd Reconstruction Tennessee
  14th Amendment
July 19, 1868 3rd Reconstruction Act is passed over the veto of President Andrew Johnson
  Andrew Johnson

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