1 edition of Grand Army of the Republic found in the catalog.
Grand Army of the Republic
1930 in [n.p .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E462.1.A19 G75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||30018795|
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Grand Army Men: The GAR and Its Male Organizations. The only reference of its kind. This colorful album provides access to lost resources and one-of-a-kind rarities of the Grand Army of the Republic, Sons of Veterans, USA and the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, US.
The Grand Army of the Republic, the largest of all Union Army veterans' organizations, was the most powerful single-issue political lobby of the late nineteenth century, securing massive pensions for veterans and helping to elect five postwar presidents from its own membership/5(10).
Grand Army of the Republic: Under an alias: a story of war, of love and of Colorado / (Denver, Colo.: Times Steam Print. House & Blank Book Mfg., c), also by H. Jeffries (page images at HathiTrust) Grand Army of the Republic: Unofficial proceedings in connection with the 24th national encampment, Boston, AugustThe Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) was founded by Benjamin Franklin Stephenson, M.D.
an army regimental surgeon, and Chaplain Reverend William J. Rutledge. Both men had served in the Civil War in the 14 th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and had been tent mates during Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's Expedition to Meridian.
Many black Union veterans lived in the community, and after the war they formed the David Hunter Post #9 of the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization for veterans of the Union Army.
Built inthis meeting hall for the post is believed to be the only surviving building in South Carolina associated with the Grand Army of the Republic. ANTIQUE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC GAR CIVIL WAR VETERANS STERLING SILVER SPOON. Ending Mar 2 at PM PST. GAR 48TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT BADGE DETROIT MICHIGAN DELEGATE.
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The Grand Army of the Republic, shortened to the GAR, or referred to as the Republic Army, was originally conceived by Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas, who had foreseen the galaxy becoming consumed in war.
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(Collection ). The Historical Society's library holds a wide selection of volumes, pamphlets, and other material related to the Grand Army of the Republic. Some of these materials document the history of.
National Encampments of the Grand Army of the Republic were presided over by a Commander-in-Chief who was elected in political events which rivaled national political party conventions. The Senior and Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief as well as the National Council of Administration were also elected.
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Search memorial contributions by Grand Army of the Republic. Search. Contributions. 1, Memorials. When veterans returned home, they formed Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Posts as a way to network and maintain connections after the war ended.
GAR Posts became political arms of the Republican party. The National GAR was dissolved in after the death of its last member, Albert Woolson, Company C, 1st Minnesota Heavy Artillery.
Book details Grand Army of the Republic × You have run out of free articles. Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), patriotic organization of American Civil War veterans who served in the Union forces, one of its purposes being the “defense of the late soldiery of the United States, morally, socially, and politically.”Founded in Springfield, Ill., early init reached its peak in membership (more than ,) in ; for a time it was a powerful political.
Carnahan, J. () Manual of the civil war and key to the Grand army of the republic and kindred societies. Chicago, The Easel Monument Association.
[Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, The Grand Army blue-book, containing the rules and regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and official decisions and opinions thereon. (Philadelphia: [The Army?], ), by Grand Army of the Republic and Robert B. Beath (page images at HathiTrust).
About New York, Grand Army of the Republic Records, The first post of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) formed in Decatur, Illinois, in From there the organization spread quickly, and bythere were more thanmembers in over 7, posts across the U.S.
These are minute books,and a membership book,of the Grand Army of the Republic s post in St. Francois County, Missouri. The chapter was organized in as the Bonne Terre Post. It was moved to Farmington and renamed Picket Post i n. The Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) was a fraternal organization which existed from to It was composed of veterans of the Union Army, United States Navy, Marines, and Revenue Cutter Service who served in the American Civil War.
The organization allowed veterans to communicate with one another and plan reunions. At its peak in it was a powerful organization, supporting the. Author Barbara Gannon talked about her book, The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the described how the Union army’s largest veterans' organization often.
CHM collections volunteer Robert Blythe details the history and contents of the Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Illinois records in our Research Center. During the Civil War, some million men served in Union blue from to To preserve their bonds of comradeship and ensure that veterans and their families received More.
Grand Army of the Republic. 1, likes 64 talking about this. This page is a tribute page honoring and dedicated to the men in blue who served in the Union forces during the Civil ers: K. The Grand Army Blue-book Containing the Rules and Regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and Official Decisions and Opinions Thereon, with Additional Notes: Author: Grand Army of the Republic: Published: Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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The Grand Army of the Republic and Kindred Societies GENERAL WORKS. Beath, Robert Burns, History of the Grand Army of the York: Bryan, Taylor & Co.; Cincinnati: The Jones Bros. Publishing Co., c Proceedings of the thirty-ninth annual encampment of the Department of Ohio, Grand Army of the Republic, held at Grace M.E.
Church, Washington C.H., Ohio, June 7, by Grand Army of the Republic (Book). History of the Grand Army of the Republic - GAR The history of the GAR has been told many times.
The history was first formalized, in Robert Beath's History of the GAR and from this source you can trace the various short versions that were extracted and published over and over.
History of the Grand Army of the Republic. New York, Bryan, Taylor & Co.; Cincinnati, Jones Bros. pub'g. Co.; etc. [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Beath; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries). Grand Army of the Republic. The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was the largest and most powerful organization of Union army and navy veterans. Founded on 6 April at Decatur, Illinois, by former army surgeon Benjamin Franklin Stephenson, its proclaimed objects were “Fraternity, Charity, and Loyalty.” Its basic unit was the local post, with membership open to any honorably discharged.
This is the record book of the Grand Army of the Republic s post at Lutesville in Bollinger County, Missouri. The volume includes minutes of meetings, 4 August Julytreasurer's reports, and communications addressed to the post. The Grand Army of the Republic, Department of New York, Collection consists of printed material and manuscript material.
Printed material consists of circulars, general orders (similar to newsletters), and other material from NYGAR headquarters in New York City.
Manuscripts contains a handwritten essay or paper by an unknown author. It begins. Women’s Relief Corp book, The Grand Army of the Republic reached its peak inwhen it had a national membership ofIowa reached its peak then, too, with posts and a membership of 20, After this time the number of posts remained constant for years, but overall membership declined.
Preview this book» What people are History of the Grand Army of the Republic Robert Burns Beath Full view - History of the Grand Army of the Republic Robert Burns Beath No preview available - View all». The records in this Collection include membership records of the Minnesota Department Grand Army of the Republic, an organization of Union army and navy veterans of the Civil War, from to The collection consists of registers, lists, adjutant and quartermaster reports, and descriptive books of.
The Grand Army of the Republic or GAR was formed in Decatur, Illinois shortly after the Civil War. by Benjamin F. Stephenson. It was the largest organization of Union veterans of the Civil War The organization promoted comradeship among veterans, worked to increase pensions and assist war widows and orphans, and maintained homes for old soldiers.
Glorious Contentment: The Grand Army of the Republic, Stuart McConnell, Author Stan Clark Military Books $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was established on April 6, by Major B.F.
Stephenson, a former army surgeon, and held its first national meeting that same year in Indianapolis, Indiana on Novem Its membership consisted of Union veterans of the Civil War. The GAR evolved from local veteran groups. Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Illinois,Shaw, William C.
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Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader. Journal of the twenty-second annual session of the National Encampment, Grand Army of the Republic, Columbus, Ohio. September 12th, 13th and 14th, by Grand Army of the Republic 1 edition - first published in.
The Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic has had a long and close association at this location. Well into the ’s the annual appointment of an “Entertainment Committee” was made to participate in all holidays and special events.
Introduction: In this article, Gena Philibert-Ortega provides tips and links to help you research your Civil War Union veteran is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.” The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), founded on 6 Aprilwas a fraternal organization that provided Civil War Union veterans a way to stay connected with those they served .The Clinton County Historical Society Research Library also has military info.
The most wonderful thing I've seen is a beautiful book done by the Grand Army of the Republic. It has most of the members listed with military biographies. It is all handwritten and truly something to be treasured.