Remembering veterans

July 1997
Jet;07/21/97, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p20
Highlights the burial ceremony of the unknown Civil War soldier in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The appearance at the ceremony of two of the remaining three widows of Civil War veterans, Daisy Anderson and Alberta Martin; The discovery of the soldier's skeletal remains in March, 1996.


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