1870 Tablet

Over there are some Civil War veterans. Iron flags on their graves ... New Hampshire boys ... had a notion that the Union ought to be kept together, though they'd never seen more than fifty miles of it themselves. All they knew was the name, friends - the United States of America. The United States of America. And they went and died about it.

Stage Manager, Act III, Our Town

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THE WAR OF THE REBELLION

PETERBOROUGH SOLDIERS SACRIFICED
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DROWNED, BY SINKING OF STEAMER ON POTOMAC RIVER:

Sophia, Wife of Lieut. Col. Charles Scott.

Katie, Wife of Capt. John A. Cummings.

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