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Citiznes Enjoyed Civil War Encampment, Park of One Book/One Town

April 15, 2012
Citiznes Enjoyed Civil War Encampment, Park of One Book/One Town

  04/16/12 Gunshots rang out throughout the weekend as part of a Civil War encampment downtown that was part of One Book/One Town Marshall County. School children from all around Marshall County attended the day-long event Friday in River Park Square, sponsored in partnership by the Marshall County Historical Museum, Encore Performing Arts, and...
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One Book/One Town Living History Encampment this Weekend

April 9, 2012
One Book/One Town Living History Encampment this Weekend

  04/10/12 One Book/One Town Marshall County will bring a living history event to River Park Square in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh.  With this event comes a warning to citizens living in the area that LaPorte Street from Water Street to River Street will be closed during the...
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Civil War Enthusiast at Plymouth Library for One Book One Town

March 14, 2012
Civil War Enthusiast at Plymouth Library for One Book One Town

  03/15/12 As part of the One Book One Town event, Civil War enthusiast, Robert Herr will be giving a public lecture, “A Civil War Soldier at Shiloh” at Plymouth Public Library on Sunday, March 18, at 2:00 p.m. Mr. Herr will be dressed in full battle uniform and will provide information of interest...
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Marshall County Museum Open House

March 14, 2012
Marshall County Museum Open House

  03/15/12 On Tuesday, March 20th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. the Marshall County Museum will be holding an open house to showcase a new exhibit Reflections of the Civil War along with the traveling exhibit Faces of the Civil War provided by the Indiana Historical Society.   The public is invited to come view a collection...
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Wythougan Valley, Civil War Tribute

August 31, 2011
Wythougan Valley, Civil War Tribute

09/01/11 The son of Elias and Margaret Jacoby, Samuel, was an early Civil War casualty.  He died of wounds on Oct. 12, 1862 at the battle of Corinth, Mississippi. He is buried in the cemetery that bears the family name.  Jacoby Church is pictured in the background. In 1862, the War Between the States has settled...
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