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Daily Archives: May 21, 2014
New Exhibit: Engineers Club of Dayton
We recently installed a new exhibit about the Engineers Club of Dayton in the Alumni case on the first floor of Dunbar Library. This exhibit contains a subset of items from the larger Engineers Club of Dayton exhibit created by Public … Continue reading
Posted in Exhibits Tagged exhibits, news, outreach, public history Comments Off on New Exhibit: Engineers Club of Dayton
Patterson Brothers at Cassville, Georgia
On May 21, 1864, the Union army, after almost 10 days of continual contact with Confederate forces, took a break to “wash and rest” at Cassville, Georgia, as noted in a letter from Robert Patterson. Both Robert and William Patterson … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War, Patterson Family, SC&A Tagged 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st OVI, 61st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 61st OVI, Civil War, MS-236, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Patterson brothers, Patterson family, Robert Patterson, William Patterson Comments Off on Patterson Brothers at Cassville, Georgia