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Indexed here are images of the original newspaper articles about Civil War Veterans. Veterans' meetings often merited a notice beforehand, and frequently merited a write-up in the local paper afterward.  Obituaries may include mention of a veteran's military service to the cause of the North or the South.

Items are listed below in the order that they're posted. 

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Veterans Attend Old Soldiers' Reunion at Greenville, 1913 CAIN, KINSER, ANDERSON

Union Vet Calvin D. STRONG, Company C, 1st Michigan Infantry, Company C, 19th Michigan Infantry

Civil War Vets Weep for "Home Sweet Home," sung by Emma ABBOTT, Dayton, 1877 

Capt. WOOD of 207th PA Still Active at 76, 1903

VREELAND Death, Confederate Veteran, 1912

CSA Vet SIMMS Seeks OXLEY and HINDLEY, formerly of the Hempstead Rifles, 1914

Saratoga, NY Civil War Vets to Form Association, 1881  ROBERTSON, RITCHIE, BROWN, HARRIS, SMITH, SEARING, MUNN, HULL, WELCH

G. A. R. Men visit General Miles, Dallas, Texas, 1913

R. E. Lee Camp 158 Veterans Pass Resolution in Memory of TURNEY, 1903

U. D. C. Unveils Confederate Monument, Georgia, 1910

Confederate Vets to Visit Dallas, R. E. Lee Camp 239, 1903

Widow POOL Seeks Info from 42nd Georgia Cavalry, 1910

Confederate Vet DUFF Dies at Ardmore, OK, 1926

Confederate Vet GILL Death, LA, 1912

GLEATON Death, Confederate Vet, GA, 1910

Confederate General HARRISON Obituary, 1875 Photos of Gravesite now available!

Capt. JETT En Route to Arkansas, 1887

80-Year-Old Confederate Vet Robbed of Entire Pension, 1909

27th Michigan Regiment Veterans to Meet, 1874

Grand Benevolent Party on Behalf of Maimed Confederate Vets, Memphis, Tennessee, 1866

Wharton, Texas Confederate Veterans to Meet, 1909 DUNCAN

Wise County Confederate Veterans to Meet, TX 1926

Union Col. D. Watson ROWE Receives Honorary Degree, Pennsylvania, 1868 -  Commanded regiment from Franklin County.

Confederate Veteran MAHAFFEY Death at Dallas, Pennsylvania Native, 1903

Collection for Confederate Monument at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, 1877

CRAFT Obituary, Confederate Veteran, 1912

COSGROVE Obituary, Confederate Vet, 1912 With photo.

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