Civil War - Andover Memorial Plaques

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In April, 1866, following the Civil War, the town of Andover voted to raise $4,500 for a soldiers' monument. The project was shelved for a time and the funds eventually became available for Memorial Hall. Additional funds were needed and raised. Memorial Hall was opened May 1, 1873. The second floor was kept as a Civil War Memorial Room. The names of town's loyal Union dead are inscribed in marble plaques.

Additional Information: http://www.mhl.org/historicpreservation/detail.htm?ID=501.

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--Kim 14:08, April 22, 2010 (EDT)

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