Fifty Years Tomorrow Since Lincoln Delivered Famous Gettysburg Address The following is the correct version of address delivered by President Lincoln at the dedication of the cemetery at Gettysburg, Nov 19, 1863, the fiftieth anniversary of which is to be observed throughout the land tomorrow:
Newspaper articles: “From Sherman’s Army”; “From the Fifteenth Infantry.”; “Return of the 15th Michigan Veterans”; “Presentations to Col. Oliver, Fifteenth Infantry”; “Return of the Fifteenth Mounted Infantry.”; “Brig. Gen. John M. Oliver”; “The Fifteenth Michigan.”; “The Battle of Pittsburg Landing”; “The Immediate Front”
Click here for this soldier’s biography: http://micivilwar.com/authors/bunyea-chauncey/ Regiment: 16th Michigan Infantry Battles Mentioned: Historical Figures: Mr John Bunyea Wayne Co Wayne Mich Chansey Bunyea Esq Nankin Wayne Co Michigan to Mister Chasey Bunyea Nankin Post Wayne Co Mich Mr John Bunyea Wayne P.O Wayne Co Mich Loyal to the Union John Bunyea Wayne PO Wayne Co Mich …
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RULES AND REGULATIONS, G.A.R. Article IV.-Chapter 1. Eligibility to Membership.-Soldiers and Sailors of the United States Army, Navy or Marine Corps, who served between April 12th, 1861, and April 9th, 1865, in the war for the suppression of the Rebellion, and those having been honorably discharged therefrom after such service, and of such State regiments as were called into active service and subject to the orders of U.S. General Officers, between the dates mentioned, shall be eligible to membership in the Grand Army of the Republic. No person shall be eligible to membership who has, at any time, borne arms against the United States.