1890 NINTH NEW JERSEY REUNION RIBBON

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Item Code: 523-46

White ribbon meas. approx. 8.25 inches long with gold lettering that reads “FIFTH ANNUAL REUNION HIGHTSTOWN, N. J. SEPT. 16TH, 1890.” There is a gold plaque at center decorated with a campfire scene and a canteen. At very top is a red ribbon with “9TH NEW JERSEY VETERAN VOLUNTEERS” boldly done in gold stamping.

Top has a fold in it and the original pin.

The 9th New Jersey was active in North and South Carolina before being assigned to the 18th Corps. Some of their campaigns are Roanoke Island, Newbern, Whitehall, Goldsboro, Cherry Grove, Port Walthall Junction, Drury’s Bluff, Cold Harbor and the Siege of Petersburg just to name a few.  [AD]

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