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Manitowoc Memorial Day program remembers those who gave their lives

7:04 PM, May 27, 2013
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Manitowoc's Memorial Day program honored those who gave their lives for the United States in conflicts ranging from the Civil War to the ongoing fight against terrorism. The program included remarks by political leaders, musical selections by the Manitowoc Marine Band and Clipper City Chordsmen, the POW/MIA table-setting ceremony and other tributes.

Of the 22,385 people who lived in Manitowoc County in 1860, 2,467 of them went to fight in the Civil War, according to Dale Brasser, a member of the Manitowoc County Civil War Round Table, the Milwaukee Civil War Round Table and the Sons of ...

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