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Memorial - created by kyricom


Memorial
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  • Camera: PENTAX
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-7
  • Exposure time: 1/100
  • Aperture: f/8.0
  • ISO: 100

(1 year and 341 days ago)

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Window to the Past - created by moonbeam30024


Window to the Past
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The Civil War Muster in Jackson, Michigan USA. (5 years and 442 days ago)

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awediot says:

Beautiful shot.

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friiskiwi says:

Beautiful, love the mood.

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Clinge says:

Nice shot

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kyricom says:

Very nice. Love the rays and shadows of the people

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U.S. Civil War - created by kyricom


U.S. Civil War
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There is a small village near us that is a well-known stop on the "underground railroad." Every year they have ceremonies commemorating the brave people who helped slaves run to safety. This memorial was dedicated in 1880 to the soldiers who died in the Civil War. The four sides have "Charity, Loyalty, Fraternity, and Bravery." It is dedicated to the brave men who died to "preserve the Constitution and end slavery." (5 years and 982 days ago)

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Civil War Circle - created by UncleJimmy


Civil War Circle
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In our largest local graveyard, overlooking the town, we have "Civil War Circle". The resting place of most of the areas American Civil War Veterans, serving in the famous PA 108th Regiment of the GAR (Grand Republican Army). They served with honor and pride from 1861-1865, most laid to rest here were killed in action at the 3 day Battle of Gettysburg, defend their State on home territory. In the 3 days of fighting, nearly 65,000 were killed on both sides or more than WWII, Korea and Viet Nam combined...

(The canon pictured here was salvaged from Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg Battlefield where these brave men fought...) (5 years and 1231 days ago)

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