Lest We Forget! Commemorating Vermont's participation in the War of Rebellion.
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In perpetuum, frater, ave atque vale! - Catullus
For ever and ever, brother, hail and farewell.
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Who We Are
A grassroots project documenting the story of the State's contributions to the war, and what happened to the participants during and after the war. For the purposes of this project, anyone who was born or died in Vermont, regardless of where they served, and anyone who served in a Vermont unit, regardless of where they were born, we consider a Vermonter. To that end, to date we have documented nearly 38,000 of Vermont's men and women who participated, on both sides of the war. (more)
Adding gravestone pictures to our Virtual Cemeteries
Adding obituaries and other articles (see What's New, above)
Addiing pension dates, locations and widows for our soldiers (Vermont units are done).
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New logo courtesy of Janice Fitzgerald McClintock
What Happened Today, 13 April
04.13.1862 After the army reached White House Landing, the Sixth Corps was formed, and the brigade was assigned as the Second Brigade of the Second Division, and remained in that organization until the end of the war. (Peck) 04.13.1863 J. C. Williams, 14th VVI: We have just received the sad intelligence of the death of Sergeant C. P. Taylor of Company B., who was left at Fairfax Station, sick with the measles, at the time of our move here. (more) 04.13.1863 Commodore Henry W. Morris appointed Lieutenant George Dewey, late executive officer of the USS Mississippi, as prize commissioner for New Orleans, in order to sell at auction, 'all prize vessels and their cargoes which were remaining here or in this vicinity and which could not be sent to the North or Key West for adjudication. (ORN) 04.13.1863 Oliver A. Browne, 15th Inf., wrote in his diary (more) 04.13.1865 President Lincoln hastily wrote out a brief pass for Alfred Burbank Darling (1821-1896), a native of Burke, Vt.. (Lincoln) 04.13.1865 Eugene W. Rolfe, 3rd Battery, wrote in his diary (more) 04.13.1865 7th Regiment in action at Whistler's Station, AL. (Dyer)