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                      Representative Norman L. Major
                                  Reference material
                                         for
                                Daniel Griffin George

                              Medal of Honor Plaque

                              On Soldiers Monument
                                     Memorial Day
                                      May 31, 2010
                               Plaistow, New Hampshire

                               FILE CONTENTS
   Daniel G. George Picture:    Drawing of Daniel G. George
   Daniel George-Dv2: MEMORIAL DAY May 31, 2010 Remarks by Representative
    Norman L. Major
   Daniel George (2): MEMORIAL DAY May 25, 1998 Remarks by Representative
    Norman L. Major
   03767u(1)-First Cavalry:     Photo of First Mass Cavalry
   03797u(1)-Officers First Mass Cavalry:      Photo of First Mass Cavalry Officers

   Acton Memorial Library Civil War Archives: Regimental history from Massachusetts
    Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, compiled and published by the Adjutant
    General:
   Petersburg, Va. Commissioned and noncommissioned officers of Cos. C and D, 1st
    Massachusetts Cavalry: Petersburg, Va. Commissioned and noncommissioned officers
    of Cos. C and D, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry
   1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment at Fettysburg:            Monument to the 1st
    Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment at Gettysburg
   1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment:           1st Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment
    Timeline
   Battle of Aldie: Drawing of battle at Aldie

   Battle of Aldie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Battle of Aldie took place on
    June 17, 1863, in Loudoun County, Virginia, as part of the Gettysburg Campaign of the
    American Civil War.
   Battle of Aldie Marker:        Battle of Aldie - 17 June 1863
   Battle Summary Adlie, VA: Battle results

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   Draw the Sword (and Throw Away the Scabbard) » Archives » 1st Massachusetts
    Cavalry:     1st Massachusetts Cavalry Monument

   History Massachusetts Cavalry: Union Regimental Histories Massachusetts 1st
    Regiment Cavalry
   First Massachusetts Cavalry:         The following insights into the difficulties of
    maintaining healthy mounts during long-running campaigns come from a letter written
    by Captain Charles Adams of the First Massachusetts Cavalry.
   The Confederate Ironclad Ram Albemarle:             Building of the Ironclad
   The Albemarle:        RAM ALBEMARLE Noted Confederate ironclad, was built in, 1863-
    64. Aided in recapture of Plymouth, April, 1864.
   The CSS Albemarle ready for action:          The CSS Albemarle ready for action.
    Drawing by R.G. Skerrett, 1899 and story

   The Ram Albemarle:                    THE RAM ALBEMARLE "Her Battles and Victories"
   1862Albemarle _II: An Attempt to Run Down an Iron-Clad With a Wooden Ship
   Coverpage: Cover page of book about Lt. William B. Cushing of the United States Navy
    by E. M. H. Edwards (story of the sinking of the Arlbemarle)
   Destruction-albemarle-rebel:                  Drawing of the Picket Boat and the
    Albemarle
   LIEUTENANT CUSHING AND THE RAM ALBEMARLE: LIEUTENANT CUSHING AND THE RAM
    "ALBEMARLE"
   LT William Cushing: Harpers weekly Journal
   Pg176-179: of book about Lt. William B. Cushing of the United States Navy by E. M. H.
    Edwards (story of the sinking of the Arlbemarle)
   Lincolns Comandos:            Book Cover and photos of Albemarle
   The Prisons Of The Civil War Overview:        The prisons of the Civil War, North and
    South, were for the most part temporary makeshifts, hastily constructed, and seldom
    suitable for human beings in confinement; or else they were structures intended for
    other purposes and transformed into prisons.

   Prison History:               On a knoll in the beautifully maintained Historic
    Salisbury National Cemetery lies an area marked by the absence of
    individual tombstones. Under the grassy mantle and stately trees are
    the remains of some of the men who died at the Salisbury Confederate
    Prison. Eighteen trenches are marked with headstones and foot stones
    but there exists no record of the exact location where each soldier was
    placed.
   Belle Isle Civil War Prison : During the Civil War, this small and beautiful island was
    used as a Civil War Prison.

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   Castle Thunder (prison):              Castle Thunder, located in Richmond, Virginia, was
    a former tobacco warehouse located on Tobacco Row, converted into a prison used by
    the Confederacy to house civilian prisoners, including captured Union spies, political
    prisoners and those charged with treason during the American Civil War.
   Libby Prison - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Libby Prison was a Confederate
    Prison at Richmond, Virginia, during the American Civil War. It gained an infamous
    reputation for the harsh conditions under which prisoners from the Union Army were
    kept.

   Salisbury Confederate Civil War Prison & National Cemetery: The Salisbury NC
    Confederate Civil War Prison
   1860 Census: Line 12 shows Daniel George as a 19 year old sailor from Salem, NH
   1870 Census NH: Line 14 shows Daniel George as a 30 year old shoemaker from
    Hampstead, NH
   1880 Census NH: Line 17-25 shows Daniel George as a 39 year old farmer from Derry,
    NH with his wife and seven children
   1900 Census MASS: Line 24-29 shows Daniel George as a 59 year old, retired, from
    Lawrence, MA with his wife and three children and a servant
   1910 Census: Line 1-2 shows Daniel George as a 70 year old, retired, from Merrimac,
    MA with his wife
   1920 Census MA: Line 37 shows Daniel G. George, son of Daniel G. George SR., as a 42
    year old, shoemaker, from Haverhill, MA
   Geneology:            Geneology table of Daniel HG. George
   Daniel Griffin George- Grave-Merrimac-MA:           Daniel’s gravesite
   Daniel Griffin George photo:         Photos at the grave yard
   Photos at Cemetery:          Photo’s at cemetery




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