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Civil War Monuments

Peacham (1870)


"Peacham people are grading for a $1500 Soldiers' Monument, to be made of Blue Mountain Granite, thirty feet high, with about forty inscriptions." (Montpelier Watchman, July 7, 1869)

"The Peacham Soldiers' monument is done and is a credit to those who paid for it. It was built by subscription and the ladies now propose to raise money for a fence." (St. Albans Daily Messenger, November 6, 1869)<

Courtesy of Georgeana Little.

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