Published DateASHLAND — Historian George Morrison will speak on "Vanished Veterans - New Hampshire's Civil War Monuments and Memorials" at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17, at the Ashland Railroad Station Museum.
The Civil War, still the deadliest war in the state's history, prompted the creation of a rich variety of monuments and memorials in New Hampshire, from obelisks and statues to artillery, murals, cast iron markers, stained glass windows, and memorial buildings. Morrison will explore this fascinating subject is his illustrated talk.
The free program is sponsored by the Ashland Historical Society and largely funded by the N.H. Humanities Council. The Ashland Railroad Station Museum is located at 69 Depot Street in Ashland village, on Route 132 about a half mile south of its junction with Routes 3 and 25.