Lytle Rising – A thank you

Note, the preceeding pictures were sent to me by Jim Ogden of the CCNMP. He  – and I – would also like to extend thanks to everyone who, as a member of the Study Group, contributed to this effort with our excess funds these past couple of years. The Northern Illinois Civil War Round Table has also kicked in a fair amount.

The newly refurbished Lytle Monument is scheduled to be re-dedicated on September 20, 2013, the 150th Anniversary of General William Haines Lytle’s fall.

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5 Responses to “Lytle Rising – A thank you”

  1. Lou Mosier Says:

    Great to see this happening!

  2. Zack Waltz Says:

    Good. This will serve as an incentive to pull visitors to a part of the battlefield they may have previously ignored..

  3. Chris Evans Says:

    This is really neat! Glad to see them finally fix it back like the other pyramids.

    It’s actually somehow the only pyramid I haven’t visited at the battlefield somehow.

    I’ve always found the pyramids located where Hood was wounded evocative for some reason.

    Chris

  4. Dennis M. Brown Says:

    Come to our re-dedication, 20 September 2013, 1:30PM, ET!
    Dennis M. Brown
    Lytle Camp #10
    The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

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