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Attending a dedication ceremony Saturday of a Civil War Gray Ghost Trail marker on northwest corner of the intersection of Route F and Westminster Avenue on the Westminster College campus in Fulton are, from left, Westminster President Barney Forsythe; Martin Northway, chairman of the Kingdom of Callaway Civil War Heritage; Major General Byron S. Bagby, keynote speaker and former Fulton resident; Fulton Mayor LeRoy Benton; Joe D. Holt, event speaker with the Kingdom of Callaway Civil War Heritage; Bruce Harris, donor for the historic marker from Callaway Bank; Greg Wolk, president of Missouri's Civil War Heritage Foundation Inc.; Colonel Noel A Crowson, pastor of the High Point Community Chapel; and Dr. Bill Parrish, keynote speaker and Westminster College former professor of history.

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City begins four-year observance of sesquicentennial

The City of Fulton Saturday started its four-year commemoration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial with the dedication of a Civil War historic panel on the campus of Westminster College.


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