2 edition of Sketch of the Eastern Branch National Home D.V.S., Togus, Maine found in the catalog.
Sketch of the Eastern Branch National Home D.V.S., Togus, Maine
Henry O. Spalding
|Statement||by Henry O. Spalding.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 24260|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||96199478|
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Eastern Branch National Home D.V.S. Augusta, Maine: Eastern Branch National Home D.V.S., Unpaginated 42pp. Grey stock wraps, red, white and blue ribbon tie. Light cover soil, light foxing to margin of one page, centerfold page loose but present.
Photos of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, formerly known as Togus. Full text of "Optic views and impressions of the National soldiers' home, South branch N.
S., near Hampton, Virginia, as seen and described by one of its members" See other formats The Author on His 75th Birthday, July 8, igio. (Bom the Day the Liberty Bell Was Cracked.). 55 Xlbe Solbiers’ IDome IVE miles from Gardiner, and reached by the Kennebec Central Railroad, is the beautiful Eastern Branch, National Home, D.
It is here that a grateful country takes care of its honorably discharged soldiers. The Home is a noble beneficence. The Mineral Hill wollastonite deposit is hosted by a north-west trending calcareous roof pendant enclosed within Late Jurassic plutons of the southwestern Coast Plutonic Complex.
The study area consists of calcite marble, other meta-sediments and skarn in contact with a dioritic component of the Crowston Lake Pluton. The area is cross-cut by two Cretaceous-aged dike generations (D2 and D3. The National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers was created in the contexts of these assumptions and preexisting institutions.
Indeed, almost without fail, residents and neighbors referred to the new asylums as “soldiers’ homes,” and Congress changed the name to the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (nhDvs) in.