3 edition of Journal of Forty-eighth National Encampment. Grand Army of the Republic. found in the catalog.
Journal of Forty-eighth National Encampment. Grand Army of the Republic.
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The Grand Army of the Republic and Kindred Societies Information concerning specific national encampments can be found in the Journal of the National Encampment (LC call number: EA17) for the year the encampment was held.
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(83rd; )" See other formats. When the motion picture film The Birth of a Nation was released inmost veterans of the American Civil War were in their seventies and eighties. Membership in the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)—the largest fraternal organization of Union veterans in the country—had declined by that time tomembers, less than half of its peak size in "A Journal of the Forty-eighth Convention of the National Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic at Cincinnati, Ohio" Aug.
Loose "A Journal of the Fiftieth Convention of the National Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, at Springfield, Illinois". A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army a souvenir from the survivors at Washington to their visiting comrades at the thirty-sixth national encampment of the Grand army of the republic.
(Washington, Published at Corps History of the Forty-eighth Ohio vet. vol. inf. giving a complete account of the regiment from its. The organization published its magazine, Confederate Veteran from to Local camps met one or more times annually.
Except for two years the UCV met annually for a National Reunion for the veterans and several times met jointly with the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) the Union veterans’ national organization.
United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories. Here are entered histories of individual military units lower than a branch of the Armed Forces, including divisions, regiments, squadrons, fleets, etc. [ digital copy] Published in journal of the twenty-second annual session of the national encampment grand army of the republic columbus ohio september 12th 13th and 14th [ digital copy] Published in official roster of the soldiers of the state of ohio in the war of the rebellion 8 OB-ST Cleveland official souvenir of the thirty-fifth national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, September, Family History Library Draft Board records, card indexes, Cleveland war service record: series IV Family History Library Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society, Ancestry.
On Augthe last encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (an organization for Civil War veterans) was held in Indianapolis. Six surviving Civil War veterans gathered in Indianapolis, the youngest being years old, and decided that the meeting would be the last as "Some of the boys [were] getting so feeble.".
The final Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic was held in Indianapolis, Indiana in and the last member, Albert Woolson died in at the age of years. Inthe Grand Army of Michigan encampment consisted of six veterans who refused to vote the Army out of service and went on to elect a new commander, pledging to carry on.
Proceedings of the 41st annual encampment, Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Army of the Republic Quincy in the Civil War: a view of the great conflict as seen through the eyes of a Quincy historian Recollections of field service with the Twentieth Iowa Infantry Volunteers, or, What I saw in the army.
The Indianapolis journal. [volume] (Indianapolis [Ind.])SeptemG.A.R. EDITION, PART ONE, Page 5, Image 5, brought to you by Indiana State. A subscription for a monument to the memory of the members of the Louisville Legion who lost their live* by the explosion of a caisson during the late encampment, has been started at Louisville.
The amount, expended in charity by the Grand Army of the Republic last year was $, General directory for Galveston, Texas includes address listings for businesses and individuals as well as advertisements from local businesses.
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The Board had three members, one of who was president of the Board. One member came from the Army. Proceedings of the 41st annual encampment, Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Army of the Republic Quincy in the Civil War: a view of the great conflict as seen through the eyes of a Quincy historian Reclamaciones permitidas por la Comisión de reclamaciones del sur de EE.
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Anonymous, Proceedings of the 41st Annual Encampment, Department of Pennsylvania, Grand Army of the Republic: Easton, June 5 and 6,Harrisburg, Pa., Harrisburg Pub.
Co., State Printer, Anonymous, Proprietary Tax List of Philadelphia County & City,Westminster, Maryland, Family Line Publications, [General Note. Journal of the Thirty-Ninth National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Denver, Colorado September 7th and 8th, by Grand Army of the Republic A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists, Being a Guide to Published Lists of Early Immigrants to North America by Harold Lancour.Greer's Contract Book Subscribers Should Read the Terms of Their Subscription.
FORTY-EIGHTH-STREET SHEEP MARKET RECEIPTS. A Question. THE CITY ADVERTISING.; Motions for Writs of Mandamus in the Supreme Court Denied. NEW-JERSEY. LONG ISLAND. GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC; Semi-Annual Encampment of the State Posts at Utica A Grant and Wilson.
At forty-four years of age, First Lieutenant William W. Robinson, Jr., was the oldest of the lieutenants in the 7th Cavalry. He had been with the regiment for over fourteen years since being transferred from the 3rd Cavalry as a second lieutenant the day after the Little Bighorn battle.