Winona Riders stand flag line for grave rededication

Winona , MN

The Winona American Legion Riders stood a flag line for Post 9 during the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the re-dedication of a grave at Woodlawn Cemetery in Winona.
150 years after the war ended, area folks gathered for the re-dedication ceremony of the grave of Sgt. Moses Chamberlin, who fought with Company K and suffered in the infamous Andersonville prison before coming home. He never really recovered, dying in Winona in 1865.

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