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New book and exhibit by the Pritzker Military Museum & Library

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Megan Williams, Director of External Affairs
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The original journals of a Civil War veteran, Chicagoland native are the focus of… 658 more words

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The House on Garden Street

Originally printed in the Spring 2015 edition of Rutland Magazine, this article represents only a portion of the information I discovered in my research. It is my… 1,225 more words

Rutland VT

May 28, 1915

by Richard van Pelt, WWI Correspondent

From the pages of The Daily Capital Journal:

FRENCH TAKE TRENCHES AFTER FIERCE CHARGE
Artillery Fire Drives Germans From Heavily Fortified Positions… 627 more words

World War I In Marion County

Civil War veteran to be buried in southwest Missouri

This is from Yahoo News.

After 103 years Major Raphael Guido Rombauer finally gets a proper burial.

R. I P. Major Raphael Guido Rombauer.

CARTHAGE, Mo. 370 more words

Frederick Glasser, Patriot

Frederick J. Glasser was the son of Wilhelm and Eva Katherine Mary Metz. He was born about 1846 in Buffalo, New York. He married Caroline S. 710 more words

Ancestors

Who will remember this Iowa veteran?

OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP) — Wapello County officials are trying to determine who is in charge of maintaining the grave of a man believed to be the oldest Army soldier in the Civil War. 176 more words

Iowa

Tombstone Tuesday: Absalom Baker Scattergood

Absalom Baker Scattergood was born on July 11, 1822 in Dolington, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  I was unable to definitely determine who his parents were, although one source lists his parents as John Head and Catherine (King) Scattergood.  863 more words

Tombstone Tuesday