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Monument Dedication to 29th and 39th North Carolina - April 9
The Georgia and North Carolina Divisionís will be Holding a Joint
Dedication of the New North Carolina Monument for the 29th and
39th Infantry Regiments at the Allatoona Pass Battlefield on
Saturday April 9, at 11:00 am.
Directions: Take exit 283 off I-75 in Bartow County near
Cartersville, Georgia. Upon Exiting head East on Old Allatoona
Road and the Battlefield is on the Left.
We need uniform soldiers and period dress ladies help with the
Please contact Tim Pilgrim at 404-456-3393 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
I need your
help with the dedication ceremony, please forward the
announcement on to your Camp 's list and see if can get a
good attendance. We need ladies in the period dress and
uniform soldiers to take part in the ceremony. Members and
Division Officers of the North Carolina Division will be
coming down many of them are re-enactors and they can
participate as well. If any of your members are descendants
of the soldiers of the NC 29 & 39 regiments let me know, I
think it would be appropriate that they unveil the monument.
Here are my
ideas for the ceremony. I believe Commander Bridwell will be
able to make the event and the Director of the regional DNR
(Department of National Resources) said he will be
present to say a few words. I hope the Kennesaw Chapter UDC will
be present to participate and say a few words. Maybe a
couple of Cannons and firing squad. There will be SCV NC
Division officers who can say a few words in honor of the
event. Michael Hardy The historian of the NC Division who
drafted the history of the regiments on back of the
monument would be a great key note speaker to speak about
the regiments. Just throwing those suggestions out there,
let me know what you think.
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