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1901 Civil War Reunion Ribbon 130th Penna Vols Pennsylvania Volunteers 1/3 Yqz For Sale

1901 Civil War Reunion Ribbon 130th Penna Vols Pennsylvania Volunteers 1/3 Yqz

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Battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, & Chancellorsville











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We ended up with 3 Civil War Reunion Ribbons, and this is the first of the three.
This ribbon was given at the 39th reunion of Civil War veterans who volunteered to serve out of Pennsylvania in the 130th Regiment. The ribbon is dated Sept. 17, 1901, and the location of Shippensburg, PA is noted. It measures approx. 2.25 inches wide by 7 inches long.
The companies in this regiment were recruited in the following Pennsylvania counties: Cumberland, York, Dauphin, and Chester. Henry I Zinn was selected as one of the original field officers, and it is his countenance that was selected to be the face of this ribbon of reunion.
This unit saw a good bit of action, beginning with the Battle of Antietam, on to the Battle of Fredericksburg, and finally,the Battle of Chancellorsville.
Once the war was over, almost immediately, veterans sought out occasions to get together with their brothers in arms, to renew friendships, recall their heroism, and remember the fallen.
These reunions eventually became symbolic of a national reunification despite the fact that most of the reunions were either Union or Confederate. However, there were a few reunions that were Blue and Gray where both sides made conciliatory gestures and created opportunities for both sides to extend their hospitality and celebrate their common American identity.
It is through these reunions that our memories of the Civil War began to be documented, and even now, we can thank them for the sacrifices and legacy of that great and terrible war.
Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 10 oz in a 9 x 6 x 1 box. The Calculator is not always right - if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. ************ What a great find!
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