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999_4170.jpg 80-25 37th Infantry Division Color Guard in Front of McKinley MemorialThumbnails80-25 The Marker King as taken by Kate Dalin80-25 37th Infantry Division Color Guard in Front of McKinley MemorialThumbnails80-25 The Marker King as taken by Kate Dalin80-25 37th Infantry Division Color Guard in Front of McKinley MemorialThumbnails80-25 The Marker King as taken by Kate Dalin80-25 37th Infantry Division Color Guard in Front of McKinley MemorialThumbnails80-25 The Marker King as taken by Kate Dalin

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Marker Details

Title, side A
Ohio in the Civil War
Title, side B
Defending Ohio: The Ohio National Guard and the 37th (Buckeye) Infantry Division
Address
Across from Heartland Bank on 65 E. State St.
Columbus, 43215
Location
The Ohio Statehouse
Latitude
39.960495
Longitude
-82.998602

Picture Details

Title
Ulysses S. Grant
Caption
Carte de visite portrait of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, 1865. Grant was commissioned Lieutenant General by Abraham Lincoln in March 1864. The black armband hanging from his sleeve may be a mourning band for President Abraham Lincoln who was assassinated on April 14, 1865 (AL04543).