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A New Hampshire monument is dedicated at the new Winchester National Cemetery in Virginia,

Dedication of the 14th New Hampshire Monument, Winchester, Virginia, April 10, 1866, artist's impression
04/10/1866
A plain marble monument to the fallen of the Fourteenth New Hampshipe Volunteer Infantry was dedicated in a well-attended ceremony at the Soldiers' Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia.  Newly declared a national cemetery, Winchester held the graves of fifty men from the regiment, most of them killed at the 1864 Third Battle of Winchester. (By John Osborne) 
Source Citation: 
"Dedication of A Monument," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 19, 1866, p. 132. 
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