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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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Caption CAVE CITY RAID CSA General John Hunt Morgan and a company of troops arrived here, May 11, 1862. They seized a train reported to be carrying some of Morgan's men captured at Lebanon, Tenn. Instead, it carried railroad employees whom he released. Morgan burned the train; later detained a second one carrying passengers. Among them were two officers of the command of Col. Frank Wolford, USA. Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky Department of Highways, 1994