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The Cumberland River is a 688 mile-long river in the Southern United States. It starts in eastern Kentucky flows through the southeasternpart of the state and crosses into northern Tennessee, and then curves back up into western Kentucky before draining into the Ohio River at Smithland, Kentucky.

Cumberland River in Southern Victory[]

During the Great War, the United States were able to secure the Cumberland River after Kentucky was readmitted to the Union in 1916. River monitors patroled the river, providing support to infantry in Tennessee. The USS Punishment was destroyed in the Cumberland by Confederate forces.

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