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Riley: Your scrapbooks could help new Port Byron history project

The Port Byron Grand Army of the Republic soldier’s monument, is in the news today, part of that article has this news “Two days later on Oct. 16, the society will hold a cemetery tour of some of the notable graves from the Civil War. Port Byron Historian Dawn Roe notes that over 225 men from Mentz and Port Byron served in the war, and while many moved on and are buried elsewhere, many were buried at Mount Pleasant.”  Read the full article in the link below, by https://auburnpub.com/lifestyles/riley-your-scrapbooks-could-help-new-port-byron-history-project/article_2dba643b-ecc7-597b-94f6-6bcc9cf39fc4.html

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