Remembrance Day
Gettysburg, PA
November 21 - 22, 2008

This year's Remembrance Day weekend should go down as the coldest at least in the history of the 67th NY. We had snow on Friday and temps were in the 20s when we reached the Cemetery early Saturday morning yet mercifully the skies remained clear for our parade. This is one of the few times we're greatful for the soldiers having to wear so much wool. We had a Muster Roll of thirteen men and we fell in with the 61st and 125th NY to form Company. And for the first time in several years, our Color Sergeant marched with our National. In the evening, we had our second dinner and dance at the Carroll Valley, the Barnstormers once again providing the music and direction. Looks like we have established a tradition that will last.
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Baltimore Street from Cemetery Hill Cemetery and Culp's Guarding the Gatehouse Hold this line
Still looking for Longstreet Before and After Snow on Steinwehr Fourth Floor Observatory
The Horse Soldier Cold and Gray skies Farnsworth House Friday Frosty Morning
Permanent Resident of the Cemetery Premature Planting Jamieson and Son Your Correspondent
Pvts Neall and Avellino Sgt Marshall The Color Sergeant President Jim
Corporal O'Brien Our work is done Candid moment Our Historian
The Lieutenant's Oration Seven hardy souls The National Returns Getting assembled