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New Jersey’s Civil War Odyssey 
NJ Civil War Flags on Display Unveiling Ceremony June 24th 2016 at 12pm during New Jersey Day at NJ State Museum Galleries, 225 West State Street, Trenton Click for details 
New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial 150 2011                                                                                2015 New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial 150 2011                                                                                2015
New Jersey’s Civil War Training Camps Documentary DVD & Book Combo Produced by RM Digital Video Productions
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Civil War Flags Unveiling Ceremony – The State Museum will hold its semiannual unveiling ceremony in the Civil Flags Gallery. The event will feature remarks by Nicholas Ciotola, Curator of Cultural History, and Dr. David Martin of the New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association. The story of each flag will be presented as it is uncovered for public display. Included in this rotation is a stunning regimental flag containing an ornate, hand-painted New Jersey State Seal. The flag was presented to the 23rd New Jersey Volunteers “The Yahoos” by the Sunday Schools of Burlington County. In March of 1863, residents of Burlington City organized a grand concert to raise the private funds used to purchase this flag. Long after the War, this same 23rd New Jersey flag was discovered hanging on the wall of a G.A.R. Veterans Post in Atlantic City, by the 23rd NJ’s Colonel, E. Burd Grubb, where it was later donated to the NJ State Archives to be displayed with the rest of the Civil War Flags in this Civil War Flag collection. Today, it’s proudly displayed with the other NJ Flags from the Civil War. These flags will be on display until mid December 2016 
New Jersey Civil War Heritage Assn PO Box 442, Wood-Ridge, NJ 07075 Info@njcivilwar.org
New Jersey Civil War Odyssey
Farewell NJ Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee With the end of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War, the NJ Civil War 150th  Committee has come to a close.   The complete records of the New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee  has been donated to the New Jersey State Archives in Trenton, NJ. Thanks to the  great efforts of Chairman John Zinn and the rest of the 150 committee members,  all records will now be preserved for future generations.   Similar to the NJ Civil War Centennial Committee back in the 1960s, the entire  collection of books, which were published by the 150 Committee, their meeting  minutes, flyers, commemorative ribbons, Governors’ Proclamations & Legislative  Resolutions are now on permanent file for researchers, genealogists and  historians.  Click for more details