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April 2013 Posts

Posted By on May 2, 2013

A listing of the April 2013 posts on The Civil War Blog with direct links:

Reconsider This: Gangs of New York

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Site of Taylor Farm

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – The Crater (Part 1)

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – The Crater (Part 2)

March 2013 Posts

To the Boys of ’61

Antique Maps of Gettysburg

Fort Couch: Lemoyne, PA

A Civil War Masonic Story, Most Likely Fiction

Old Soldiers Homes – Preliminary Listing of Veterans

Petersburg National Battlefield – Monument to the 48th Pennsylvania Infantry at the Crater

Jesse Newlin of Tremont and English as a Second Language During the Civil War

Christian Shoop – 208th Pennsylvania Infantry

A Comprehensive History of the Town of Gratz Pennsylvania

Victorian Home: the Parlor (Part 3)

Military Map of Philadelphia, 1861-1865

Funerals Conducted by Rev. O. E. Pflueger, 1889-1902

Another Civil War Masonic Story

Abraham Lincoln on Stamps – The Sesquicentennial Issues of 1959

Was Confederate Vice President Alexander H. Stephens from Pennsylvania?

William Irving, First Defender

Leonard P. Craig – Foreman, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad

Did the Masons of Roman Eagle Lodge “Fix” a Court Martial?

Clarification and Additions to Buffington Family in the Civil War – South Carolina Cousins

Was Uncle John Keiper a Civil War Veteran?

Coleman’s Church in Lykens Township

Civil War Burials in Coleman’s Church Cemetery

The Battle of Gettysburg in German

Commemorative Postage Stamps for the Civil War Centennial, 1861-1865 to 1961-1965

Events of the World: April 1863

 

 


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