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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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upon us, through Christ our Redeemer. Amen. (Responses of Amen. ) These preliminaries having been arranged, the meeting was formally organized as follows:-- Mr. McCurdy put in nomination for President Mr. John A. Dix. The following list of officers was then put in nomination, and acceded to:-- Vice-Presidents. W. B. Astor, Greene C. Bronson, Peter Cooper, W. M. Evarts, W. C. Bryant, Pelatiah Perit, Geo. Bancroft, John A. King, Moses Taylor, James Boorman, Stewart Brown, John J. Phelps, R. B. Minturn, Henry Grinnell, O. D. F. Grant, W. E. Dodge, Watts Sherman, Edwin Crosswell, L. G. B. Cannon, John D. Wolfe, Seth B. Hunt, Edwin Dobbs, Joseph Stuart, R. H. McCurdy, Joseph W. Alsop, E. E. Morgan, Willis Blackstone, Nath. Hayden, John Lloyd, Chas. H. Russell, Robt. Ray, Benj. L. Swan, John Q. Jones, David Hoadley, Robt. J. Taylor, Jas. N. Phelps, Jas. Low, John Ewen, Jas. A. Briggs, John D. Jones, Wm. C. Br
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Maryland Confederate monument at Gettysburg. (search)
sapeake artillery, and a large number of ex-Confederate soldiers from other States, gentlemen and ladies of Baltimore, Frederick and Gettysburg. The Western Maryland railroad ran a special excursion train at 8.30 A. M. to Gettysburg in two sections, the first section being in charge of Conductor William Johnson, and the second in charge of Captain W. T. Cooksley, who had been in the Confederate service. The first section, consisting of ten cars, was occupied by the Fifth regiment, Colonel Stewart Brown commanding, with band and drum corps, two hundred and eighty men, and in the fourteen cars of the second section were the various associations and their friends. At Emory Grove the last section was divided, and was run to Gettysburg and back as two trains. The trip to the battlefield and return was made with comfort and pleasure for all. On the train Captain Daniel A. Fenton collected over $40 for the injured firemen. Arrived at Gettysburg, the veterans found the Fifth regiment in