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July 01, 2013


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Thank you, Steve, for weighing in! We really appreciate the tip.

- Erin, New Media Dept., Nation Museum of American History

Steve Wennberg

The monument in the fifth photo honors the Second Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment. It was erected in 1879 near Spangler's Spring. More information about the monument can be obtained by visiting the Stone Sentinels website.

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