Sunday, May 15, 2011

Sons of Union Veterans Mansfield, Ohio

We look forward to attending the Sons of Union Veterans MCLaughlin Camp Mansfield, Ohio May 18,2011 meeting at 7 pm at the Soldiers and Sailors Museum, 34 Park Ave W Mansfield, Ohio.
 At the museum in a central display case second level, I found a Soldier Record for the 82nd Ohio, Company F and Private Hiram Terman was listed as a prisoner at Richmond. 

Monday, May 9, 2011

Hardin County Ohio Civil War 150 Event, Kenton, Ohio

 Max Terman speaking to group at Kenton, Ohio.

Hardin County Historical Museums will be holding the local Ohio Civil War 150 event, Hardin County Civil War 150, on May 14 at the Farm Museum on Fairgrounds Road in Kenton.  This free event will be from Noon to 5, with educational talks at the bottom of each hour.  Hardin County has a rich Civil War history with its citizens' participating in many of the war's major battles, earning two Medals of Honor, and serving as officers at every level.  Come to this Civil War 150 kick-off event and learn more about the Civil War.  Our speakers will cover a variety of topics, share their expert knowledge and be available for questions.  One of our speakers and guests will be Max Terman, author of Hiram’s Honor: Reliving Private Terman’s Civil War