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Cumberland Landing, Virginia. City of tents. Encampment of the Army of the Potomac. Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-cwpb-00665

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Department of Connecticut

Organized April 11, 1867

Clark, William Warner, 1838-1901.
Memorial Sermon on Abraham Lincoln, Delivered Before Buckingham Post, G.A.R. (Department of Connecticut.) In the Norwalk Methodist Episcopal Church, Memorial Sunday, May 29th, 1887. By W. W. Clark... New York, R. McPride, Printer, 1887.
18 p.
LC call number: E457.8.C597


Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Connecticut.
Roster ... Hartford, Conn., 1888-1896.
8 volumes.
LC call number: E462.1.C75


Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Connecticut. Admiral Foote Post, No. 17, New Haven.
Memorial Poem Delivered at Music Hall, on Friday Evening, July 3, 1898, at the Memorial Services, by Rev. S. Dryden Phelps, D.D., with a Corrected List of Soldiers' Graves, and Other Matters in Connection with the Occasion. New Haven, Printed by Hoggson & Robinson, 1868.
23 p.
LC call number: F104.N6G75


Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Connecticut. Buckingham Post, No. 12, Norwalk.
28th Anniversary Roster of Buckingham Post, No. 12, Department of Conn., G.A.R. and Buckingham W. R. C. Auxiliary to the Post; with Historical Sketch of the Post and List of Graves Decorated on Memorial Day. Also an appendix giving a list of all Norwalk men who served during the Civil War, as shown by the Connecticut state record, arranged in alphabetical order. Norwalk, Conn., 1908.
37, [28] p., illustrations, title vignette (portrait)
LC call number: E462.1.C78B9

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