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May 2014 Posts

Posted By on June 4, 2014

A listing of the May 2014 posts on The Civil War Blog with direct links:

Daniel Engle of Schuylkill County – Died in Rebel Prison

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Preparations and Receipt of Prisoners at Elmira

The Shamokin Soldiers’ Circle – Photographs 138 – 144 and Path

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Official Report of Captain Morris H. Church

Williamstown Remembers the Civil War

April 2014 Posts

The Shamokin Soldiers’ Circle – Photographs 147 – 158

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Fluhr’s Excellent Guide

Joshua A. Reed – Released Prisoner Dies at Home in Barry Township

Wynning History: The Explorations of a Young Historian (Part 1 of 2)

Wynning History: The Explorations of a Young Historian (Part 2 of 2)

The Brothers David Brown and Samuel E. Brown – Family Photos

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – The Geographic Context

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – As Told in the History of the Erie

Jacob Matter – War Veteran and General Laborer

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – The Strange Coincidence of the Death of the Erie President

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Two Elusive Participants

Obituary of Isabella Enders Knouff

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Moving the Remains from Shohola to Elmira in 1911

Benneville Hoyer – Lost Leg at Battle of Antietam

Abner M. Pike Dies at Halifax in 1902

Jacob Hassinger – Mitchell’s Independent Militia

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – The Grambling Diary

Two Veterans Named Erastus R. Foster

100th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Millersburg Soldier Monument

Obituary of Joseph W. Knouff

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Sgt. Barry Benson Escapes Elmira via Millersburg

Why Are There Ku Klux Klan Uniforms in Gratz?

Joseph Russell – 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry

The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Was the Coal Train in a Hurry?

News of the World: May 1864

 

 

 


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