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Entered according to the act of Congress by the editor and compiler, Capt. George W. Skinner, Secretary of the Executive Committee of the

Pennsylvania Chickamauga-Chattanooga Battlefields Commission.

WM. STANLEY RAY,
STATE PRINTER OF PENNSYLVANIA.

1900.

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Executive Committee of the Chickamauga. Chattanooga Battlefield Commission. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

OF THE

CHICKAMAUGA-CHATTANOOGA BATTLEFIELDS COMMISSION, UNDER

THE ACTS APPROVED JULY 3RD, 1895, AND JULY 220, 1897.

For the erection of monuments to mark the positions of the Pennsylvania commands

engaged in the battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga, and to control and direct the ceremonies of the dedication exercises on the fields, etc., on Pennsylvania Day. Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Blakeley, Seventy-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, President.

Captain George W. Skinner, Seventy-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Secretary.

Brevet Brigadier General Wm. A. Robinson, Lieutenant Colonel Seventy-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Treasurer.

Lieutenant Sylvester W. McCluskey, Knap's Independent Battery E.

Lieutenant Thomas H. Rickert, Seventh Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry.

Lieutenant Edwin McC. Boring, Seventy-ninth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

Sergeant J. H. R. Storey, One hundred and ninth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

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