CWRT of the Merrimack over the years

In 1995 a group of people formed a social club in Newburyport, Massachusetts, along the banks of the Merrimack River, with the shared interest of the American Civil War. This page overs some of the events from 1995-2015, including some covers of early newsletters, speakers, dedications and trips.
 
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As part of the NPS "Adopt a Monument" Program. Cynthia Brown cleans the 19th Mass Monument at Gettysburg. 1999


Historian Craig L. Symonds (right) discusses the Civil War with Frank Cashman.


Members enjoy a summer picnic at Moseley Woods in 2014.

Members of the CWRTM often turn up in local newspapers. This time for the rededication of M.O.H. recipient, Benj. Jellison of Haverhill. 1997



Art Ober welcomes members and guests at one of the CWRT of the Merrimack hosted "Stephen Foster Awards."


Members at a 2015 peruse the selection of books offered in our monthly book raffle.

Members visit the Marblehead G.A.R. Museum in 2009.

Steve Bunker, from the Joshua L. Chamberlain CWRT, discusses his extensive collection he shared with us in 2009.


Members listen at a typical meeting of the CWRT of the Merrimack.


CWRTM members at a table during Old Home Days at the town of Merrimac 1998.

At Gettysburg in 1999.


Actor/historian Pat Falci at one of his visits to the CWRTM


Another wonderful display to honor the Civil War at Yankee Homecoming 1998.


Members at one of our annual Holiday parties.

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