Annual Memorial Day Parade
The Civil War Museum and Round Table are well represented at the annual Memorial Day Parade in downtown Doylestown. Hosted by the United Veterans of Doylestown, the parade is the oldest in the country, dating back to 1868 as a day of rememberance to the fallen in the Civil War. Over 1,800 entries made up the parade annually and Civil War Museum participants represented both the North and the South.
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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