Dedication Ceremony for Civil War Soldier
Bucks County Civil War Museum hosted a Dedication Ceremony for a Civil War Soldier on August 11, 2013. Taps were played at the ceremony, which took place at the Doylestown Cemetery, and was accompanied by a six gun salute to honor the soldier's service and replace the damaged marker on his grave. Below are some photos of the event!
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>Jul 10, 2018 TBA
>Aug 7, 2018 Scott Mingus, Sr., and Gerald Mayers, "The Blue, The Gray, and the Green: Human Interest Stories of the Irish in the Civil War"
>Sept 4, 2018 Gene Barr, "A Civil War Captain and His Lady Love, and Combat from Fort Donalson Through the Vicksburg Campaign"
*Meetings are held at 7pm at Doylestown Borough Hall, 57 W. Court Street, Doylestown unless otherwise noted
>Dedication of the Civil War Monument 150th Anniverdsary of the Doylestown 104th Monument!
>Annual Doylestown Memorial Day Parade Join the Museum in the Parade!
>President Lincoln comes to Doylestown At the Courthouse
>Dedication Ceremony for Civil War Grave Doylestown Cemetery
>Civil War Tea and Fashion Show James Lorah House
>Federal City Brass Band at Doylestown Courthouse Celebrating the Museum's 10th Anniversary