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Twining of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War National Graves Registration Committee, said besides the cannons, the Evergreen Cemetery site, called the Grand Army of the Republic plot, is the burial site of at least 374 Civil War soldiers, including a few dozen from Leominster.
The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) had 273 members at its peak.
Logan, commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic veterans organization, ordered that graves of Civil War dead be decorated with flowers.
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And veterans' organizations--including the Grand Army of the Republic, the American Legion, and the Veterans Of Foreign Wars--waged successful campaigns for pensions and educational assistance.
He was an active member of a Masonic order and the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), a Union veterans' organization.
Pennsylvania Route 6 Serves as Memorial to Civil War Soldiers Grand Army of the Republic Highway a Destination Steeped In Tradition and History Potter County, Pa.
At this point applications flooded into the Pension Bureau, helped by a veterans organization called the Grand Army of the Republic that grew from 45,000 members in 1879 to 215,000 by 1885.