Photo: Civil War veterans in 1913

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Photo: Civil War veterans in 1913 - BROOME COUNTY VETERANS READY TO ENTRAIN FOR...
BROOME COUNTY VETERANS READY TO ENTRAIN FOR PEACEFUL ADVANCE ON GETTYSBURG Heroes of bloody field, who turned back gray tide from northward advance, will camp tonight, 60 years after, on field where they saved the Union and won undying glory. E Urn Sl 'rs b:yt? q h p a a d dm 5 im& rm Z um- n.Kmr HK",wiBrjL: 7-. . General view of historic battleneid, where Binghamton veterans will be among 60,000 who celebrate 60th anniversary of great battle. H. A.; Dallas Norton, 137th N. T. Inf.; Nathan E. Hawley, 144th N. Y. Inf.; George Webb, Olst N. Y. Inf.; Wesley Carver, 1st N. Y. Vet. Cav.; Theodore Bayless, 15th N. Y. Engineers; Lean- der M. Wage, 50th Penn. Inf.; John A. KuDinson, iotn in. y. lnr.: Kdwara Higbee, 179th X. Y. Inf.; Philo Bar den, 60th N. Y. Engineers; George H. Wlnerigbt, 134th N. Y. Inf.; Nelson Brooks, 76th N. Y. Inf.; Nelson Baird, 13. tn N. Y.: inf.; Smith LeBarron, 16th N. Y. Kngineers; George C. Ray mond, 188th Pa. Inf.; Charles W. Johnson, 179th N. Y. Inf.; Marsena H. Mclntyre, 111th N. Y. Inf.; Oswald Burnett, 134th N. Y. Inf. Frank Paisley, 179 N. Y. Inf.; Charles A. Sturdevant, 86 N. Y. Inf.; Harrison Zlmmer, 15 N. Y. Cav.; Stephen D. Wilbur, 109 N. Y. Inf.; Wil-lard Ruger. 28 Penn. Inf.: Harrison C. Dunham, 89 N. Y. Inf.; Edward Miller, 76 Pa. Inf.; Stephen H. Wood, 56 N. Y. Inf.; Leander Terwllltger, 14 N. Y. Art.; Isaac Steinberg, 50 N. Y. Eng.; Peter H, Brooker, 1 Vt. Cav Willard S. Smith, 147 N. Y. Inf.; Ad miral Alexander B. Bates, U. S. Navy; Orlando L. Davis. U. S. Signal Corps; Milton Bostwick, 168 N. Y. Inf.; James Boardman, 89 N. Y. Inf.; ' h tv'ro- -V hp r I in KX 1 1 di'im'tuf!" Yankee and Johny Reb meet after 60 years of peace. At the left, Philo Barden of 50th Engineers, who, under rebel fire, helped build pontoon bridge over Potomac river, for Northern advance, before the battle. At right, J. W. Tripp of 137th .N. Y. Veterans, who stood shock of Confederate charge at Culp's hill. Both are residents of Binghamton.

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  1. Press and Sun-Bulletin,
  2. 30 Jun 1913, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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