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1st Maine Cavalry Memorial Stone

$210 of $3,000 goal

Raised by 8 people in 21 days
The 1st Maine Cavalry, Co. A, reenacting group is raising funds to transport and erect a stone that will soon become the memorial to the men of the 1st Maine who fought and died at Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville at the start of the Gettysburg campaign in 1863.

The stone is native Maine, Portland gray granite and it weighs in at 3000+ lbs.

The photo of the stone was taken by Stevens D. Bunker. He is also responsible for the creation of the stone.
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The photo of the monument stone was taken by Stevens D. Bunker. He is responsible, also, for the creation of the stone.
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The donation fund is up to $ 125. This is an excellent start! Please consider adding to it. No donation is too small, or too large :) Many people are upset with the taking down of Civil War monuments. Here is your chance to help one go up! History is important! This sketch, by Alfred Waud, shows the 1st Maine fighting at Aldie, near where this monument will be placed.
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$210 of $3,000 goal

Raised by 8 people in 21 days
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$20
Anonymous
12 days ago
CS
$15
Connan Smith
12 days ago
AH
$25
Anita Henderson
14 days ago
$25
Joseph Hofmann
17 days ago
CW
$50
Chris Wilson
18 days ago
MP
$15
Mike Pearson
19 days ago
ED
$10
E Downes
20 days ago
JM
$50
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21 days ago
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