22nd MVI Commemorates the Sesquicentennial at the Statehouse On 9 April 2012, members of the 22nd Ma

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22nd MVI Commemorates the Sesquicentennial at the Statehouse

On 9 April 2012, members of the 22nd Massachusetts and the USSC - Boston (part of our civilian element) joined with the Lawrence Civil War Memorial Guard, the 54th Massachusetts Infantry and 9th Massachusetts Battery in kicking off the 150th anniversary of the Civil War at an event hosted by Governor Deval Patrick at the state house in Boston. A number of events are being planned throughout the Commonwealth, assisted in no small part by our own Patrick Browne, Captain of the 22nd MVI - Recreated and Executive Director of the Duxbury Historical Society. In addition to Captain Browne, the 22nd MVI was represented well by Brevet Lieutenant Mike Welch, Sergeants Rob O'Bryan and Rick Janhola, Corporal David Peck, Privates John Duprey and Patten, and Musician Matt Patten. The USSC was represented by Carolyn Dimeo, Deb Di Franco-Andrade and Ted Andrade. Press coverage of the event via the Boston Globe may be found here. --- UPCOMING 22nd MVI EVENT The next official 22nd Massachusetts event is a living history at the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts on Saturday, April 28. The event is free and open to the public. Come see us there!

On 9 April 2012, members of the 22nd Massachusetts and the USSC - Boston (part of our civilian element) joined with the Lawrence Civil War Memorial Guard, the 54th Massachusetts Infantry and 9th Massachusetts Battery in kicking off the 150th anniversary of the Civil War at an event hosted by Governor Deval Patrick at the state house in Boston. A number of events are being planned throughout the Commonwealth, assisted in no small part by our own Patrick Browne, Captain of the 22nd MVI - Recreated and Executive Director of the Duxbury Historical Society. In addition to Captain Browne, the 22nd MVI was represented well by Brevet Lieutenant Mike Welch, Sergeants Rob O'Bryan and Rick Janhola, Corporal David Peck, Privates John Duprey and Patten, and Musician Matt Patten. The USSC was represented by Carolyn Dimeo, Deb Di Franco-Andrade and Ted Andrade. Press coverage of the event via the Boston Globe may be found here. --- UPCOMING 22nd MVI EVENT The next official 22nd Massachusetts event is a living history at the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts on Saturday, April 28. The event is free and open to the public. Come see us there!


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