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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily banner. — 18 August 1891

' . . .r '. 1 ' 'i VOL. T: Celebration in 1778 BENNINGTON VICTORY OF 1777. INTKODCCTOUY NOTE. Tliobattloof Bennington was fought August 10th, 1777, and iti aniversarics liavo ever since been observed as holi- days in that and the neighboriug towns, aud haTO been cblebrated with all the deinonstrations of rjoicing that are us ual through tho country on "Indepond-, ence Day;" such as tho dischai'go of ean- non, tho display of banners, military parade, processions with music, orations nnd ptiblic dinners. The lirst anniversary celebration at Bennington took place tho 10th of August, 1778, one year after tho victory, uu wiiiun uuuiaiun --a speecn was ue 1; i 1 T .1 n in uvcroi uynoan Dinun. A. u., ana "a poetical essay, by Stephen Jacob, A. B." They were two young men whp had just graduated at Yalo College, and had come to tho new country and Stato of Vormont to remain and "seek their for- tunes, with the liko purpose that thousands of Vermontera havo since emigrated to the newer region...

Publication Title: Daily Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily banner. — 18 August 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, TTJESDAY, AUG; 18, 1891. , f ' BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON: TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1891. ' THE OREAT CELEBRATION. Whon tho legislaturo last fall pas&ed an act providing for tho corcmonlcs at tcndantuppn tho dcdicatlon of tho Ben nington Battlo Monumcnt and tho Cen tonnial coiobratlon ,o tho admission to tho Union of tho Stato of Vermont, thoy probahly rcaljzod i: but 3mall mcasure tho grcat proportions which tho colobra tlon would assum, and "which will meot thoir complbtd fulftlmcnt to-'morrow around thb masslvo structuro whioh is to bo dcdicatcd. . Tho dotails of tho programmo wo havo giveninfuli boforo, ahd thoy willbo fourid agairt olsowhoro in this issuo of this Bannek. Tbo cxercises bld fair to bo most imprcsslvo, and lt is safo to say thoy will bo prticipatcd in by tho largcst number of pcoplo that havo over assonibled within tho conflncs of this Stato to omphaslzo a publio ovent. Among tho promincnt personagcs con neetod with tho Bennington Battlo J...

Publication Title: Daily Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily banner. — 18 August 1891

SOUVENIRS AND RELICS.. Undor tliis hcad and rcfonlug'to an itom ln our last wcok's issue, wo have xecolved tho following lottcr: Nohtii Benninoton, Aug. ibth, 1891. JSdltor qf Banner : Dkak Siii: In your issuo of tlio 14th, undor an nrtlclo ontitleil ''Souvcnirs and Bollcs," you qucstion tlio uutlicnticUy of an allcgcd "Camp Furnaco," said to havo bolouged to Colonel Baum, and which. has .bcen illustratcd both in magazincs and othor publications. It is ratlicr lato in tho day for anyono .to impugn tlio collcction of antlquitios loftby tlio lato Gcorgo W. Robinson, imony of wliioh bavo bcen not only in bis -possession, but in tli.it of lits anccstors :sinco tlio battie. I can but tbink tbat .you have bcen misinformed, and would lot knowingly do an injustico to ono who durinc bis lifo did eo mucli to stimulato historic rcscarch, in connec tion with tho battlo, and who so con scicntlously verifled in ovcry possiblo ivay liis asscrtions and concluslons. Tho original "Camp Furnaco" calle...

Publication Title: Daily Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily banner. — 18 August 1891

' 1 THE BENNINlGTON BMDER, TUSDAY,,"A"D"G. W iS9&:; EANOTE OF TH "The Daily. Banneu ia to be published duirng Encampment Week, and' large editions -vvill, bo. ,printed,;of each issue, but in' order to bo assured of receiving ExtlSL CopieS itwillbe. necessary to fcband in'.!ypur orders-'at Offico of Publica tion, ITo. 2, BaHHGr Building, near Triumphal Arch, j&T 027GEL Nearfy One Hundred Illustrations will appear in , ita nnmmng durmg the week, givmg iiistorical Bcenes, sketohes, c., with correct portraits of Vermont s honored guests at Grand Colebration. The United States, New Hampshire, MaSSachUSettS aild Vermont will be fully represented in the Jisfc of Illustrations. . C. A, PIERCE, Publisheb. 01T SALE AT ALL THE PRINCIPAL NEWS STANDS. SINGLE COPIES, IN WRAPPERS, READY FOR MAILING at Office of Publication.s No. 2, Banner Block. S! -THE BANNERr -' BENNINGTON: TUESDAY AL'GUST18, 1891. Bntered at the Bennington P.O.asecond-class matter by.C. A. PIERCE, Publlsher. ilf Ex-Gove...

Publication Title: Daily Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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