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The Bethel Courier, Vol. 22, No. 4

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Features: Society Acquires Bethel League and the Gehring Clinic Albums -- 1 Diary of William S. Hastings [Part 9] -- 5 TheBethel Soldiers of '61 by C.F. Whitman [Part 25; reprinted fromOxford County Advertiser] -- 8 Society news: Capital…

The Bethel Courier, Vol. 7, No. 4

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Features: Life on the Home Front: Bethel During the Civil War by Stanley Russell Howe -- 1 Memories of an Earlier Era: Part III by Marjorie Farwell Cummings -- 7 A review of Life by the Tracks - When Passenger Trains Steamed through the Notch by…

The Boys of '61

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The Boys of ’61.Bethel, May 4, 1901 This day, forty years ago, our lovely village was excited as never before in its history. In the early morn, carriages were seen coming in from every direction, in some cases, wives to bring their husbands, in…

The Courier, Vol. 23, No. 1

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Features: The O'Neil Robinson House: A Brief Architectural Overview by Randall H. Bennett -- 1 Book Review: The Civil War Journals of John Mead Gould 1861-1866, edited by William B. Jordan, Jr. [reviewed by Stanley Russell Howe] -- 3 TheBethel…

The Courier, Vol. 23, No. 2

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Features: "For Ye Have The Poor With You Always": Dealing with Poverty In A New England Town, The Case of Bethel, Maine, 1806-1979 by Stanley Russell Howe -- 1 TheBethel Soldiers of '61 by C.F. Whitman [Part 27; reprinted fromOxford County…

The Courier, Vol. 23, No. 3

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Features: Diary of William S. Hastings [Part 12] -- 7 TheBethel Soldiers of '61 by C.F. Whitman [Part 28; reprinted fromOxford County Advertiser] -- 9 Society news: Bethel Historical Society's Regional History Center Hosts Exhibit, "John…

The Courier, Vol. 23, No. 4

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Features: Henry Theophilus Finck: Bethel, Maine, Enthusiast -- 1 Diary of William S. Hastings [Part 13] -- 5 TheBethel Soldiers of '61 by C.F. Whitman [Part 29; reprinted fromOxford County Advertiser] -- 10 Society news: Capital Campaign…

The Courier, Vol. 24, No. 1

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Features: Mountain Days by Daisy Peabody -- 1 TheBethel Soldiers of '61 by C.F. Whitman [Part 30; reprinted fromOxford County Advertiser] -- 7 Diary of William S. Hastings [Part 14] -- 8 Society news: Capital Campaign Update --…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 1]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] [number i] Having been often asked by many of my fellow citizens to give personal reminiscences of the different members of the Bethel Company, I…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 10]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number x On the night of July 3rd, 1863 I received orders from Gen. Bartlett to send three companies from the regiment to bring in a portion of a…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 11]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xi July 18th found the Bethel Company in its place, with the 5th Maine Regiment crossing the Potomac at Berlin, the first ferry below…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 12]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xii Our last number left us in camp at New Baltimore. September 15, we broke camp and left for Warrenton, and at this time commenced the…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 13]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xiii Before closing this account of the battle at Rappahannock Station, I will add an item or two of interest. In the Mechanic Falls…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 14]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xiv After the battle of Rappahannock Station, Company I of the 5th Maine Regiment, went into camp on the high bank south of Hazel River…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 15]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xv Feb. 26, 1864, found the Sixth Corps in line moving towards Robertson River via Culpepper C. H. The second day from our camp near the…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 16]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xvi Early on the morning of May 8th, we commenced that flank movement to the left which ended June 23, south of Petersburg near the Welden…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 17]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number xvii A portion of Company I was inside of the rebel rifle-pits from half past six to quarter of ten o'clock in the evening, when we received…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 18]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] [number xviii] A talk by Col. Edwards to the Bethel boys who met at his home June 24, ’91. Published by request of the members of the…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 19]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] No. 19 At the close of our last number we were in the rifle-pits that we had captured at such terrible loss on that tenth of May 1864, at…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 2]

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WAR REMINISCENCESOF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. By Col. Clark S. Edwards number ii The Fifth Maine Regiment left Portland for Washington, June 25, 1861. Forty rounds of ammunition were distributed to each soldier before…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 20]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] No. 20 At the close of our last number we were looking over that awful scene that was presented to our sight at “Bloody Angle” on the morning…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 21]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] No. 21 On Monday, May 16, we were ordered back near Spotsylvania Court House, though we saw very little fighting, for the battle was about over…

War Reminiscences of the Bethel Company, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment [Number 22]

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WAR REMINISCENCES OF THE BETHEL COMPANY, Company I, Fifth Maine Regiment. [By Col. Clark S. Edwards] No. 22 June 1st, 1864, the regiment was partially engaged in the first part of the day near old Cold Harbor and the brigade was fully in the…