Camp 2034 Attends the CSA Tennessee Monument
Dedication at Shiloh Military Park
Several members of Camp 2034 were among nearly 2,000 who came on this
Confederate Memorial Day for the unveiling of Tennessee's first official
memorial to the more than 14,000 men who fought, and nearly 3,200 who
died, on both sides of the line in one of the bloodiest battles in U.S.
history. The statue, sculpted by Texas artist Gerald L. Sanders, is
called ''Passing of Honor'' and depicts a grizzled sergeant gently taking
a Confederate flag from the hands of one dying soldier, while another
stands guard over the pair.
Click the links below to view photo galleries of the events around
this great monument.
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Ground Breaking Ceremonies
Memorial Services at the Confederate Burial
Trench and Memorial to the Unknown Soldier
Tennessee Monument Dedication Services
Flash Photoshow with Select Photos
of the Days Ceremonies.
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image of an article that appeared in the
The Jackson Sun, Jackson, TN - Saturday, June 4, 2005