54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry

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During the Civil War two Andover residents were members of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: Charles Brown and Robert Rollings.
During the Civil War two Andover residents were members of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: Charles Brown and Robert Rollings.
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*Two Locals were in 1st Black Infantry Unit. ''Andover Townsman'' February 1, 1990, 10, 11.
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*"Two Locals were in 1st Black Infantry Unit.." ''Andover Townsman'' February 1, 1990, P.10, 11.
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During the Civil War two Andover residents were members of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: Charles Brown and Robert Rollings.

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  • "Two Locals were in 1st Black Infantry Unit.." Andover Townsman February 1, 1990, P.10, 11.


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