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ADDRESSES DELIVERED AT ITS MEETINGS
T. 0. SEAVER, F. A. WALKER, JOHN D. LONG, E. F. PALMER, D. W.
DAYTON, L. H. BISBEE, E. B. SHERMAN, J. H. GOULDING,
GEO. A. MARDEN, JOSIAH GROUT, H. H. POWERS, C. A.
WOODRUFF, L. E. CHITTENDEN, J. G. MCCULLOUGH,
KITTREDGE HASKINS, JOEL C. BAKER, THEO-
DORE ROOSEVELT, A. D. BROWN, D. J. FOS.
TER, E. H. RIPLEY AND ALBERT CLARKE.
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Twenty-second Reunion, Burlington, Jan., 1886..
Col. T. 0. Seaver's Address (abstract)..
Twenty-third Reunion, Montpelier, Nov., 1886.
Gen. F. A. Walker's Oration
Twenty-fourth Reunion, Brattleboro, Oct., 1887.
Gov. John B. Long's Oration
Twenty-fifth Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1888.
Lieut. E. F. Palmer's Address
Twenty-sixth Reunion, Middlebury, Nov., 1889.
Rev. D. W. Dayton's Address
Twenty-seventh Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1890.
Capt. L. H. Bisbee's Address
Twenty-eighth Reunion, Newport, Aug., 1891.
Judge E. B. Sherman's Address
Twenty-Ninth Reunion, Montpelier, Nov., 1892.
Col. J. H. Goulding's Address
Thirtieth Reunion, Burlington, Nov., 1893.
Major G. A. Marden's Poem..
Thirty-first Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1894.
Major Josiah Grout's Oration
Thirty-second Reunion, Rutland, Oct., 1895.
Hon. H. H. Powers's Address
Thirty-third Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1896..
General C. A. Woodruff's Oration
Thirty-fourth Reunion, Bennington, Nov., 1897.
Hon. L. E. chittenden's Address
Thirty-fifth Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1898..
Hon. J. G. McCullough's Oration
Thirty-sixth Reunion, Newport, Aug., 1899.
Lieut. Kittredge Haskins's Oration
Thirty-seventh Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1900..
Lieut. J. C. Baker's Address
Thirty-eighth Reunion, Burlington, Sept., 1901....
Vice-President Roosevelt's Oration
Thirty-ninth Reunion, Montpelier, Oct., 1902.
Commander A. D. Brown's Address
Fortieth Reunion, Rutland, Oct., 1903.
Hon. D. J. Foster's Address (abstract).
Forty-first Reunion, Montpelier, Nov., 1904.
Gen. E. H. Ripley's Address
Forty-second Reunion, Burlington, Sept., 1905.
Col. Albert Clarke's Oration
Roll of Officers
Roll of Members
OBJECTS OF THE REUNION SOCIETY.
To perpetuate the acquaintance and the cordial affection existing among the officers; to chronicle the memories of our comrades who have nobly fallen in defence of their country's rights; to recall the scenes and incidents, pleasing or sad, of the camp, the march, the bivouac, and the battle; and to keep in mind the duty of preserving inviolate the rights, liberties and national honor for which the Army of the Union fought and bled, and on which depend the future happiness and dignity of the American Republic and the American people.
CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIETY.
ART. I. All commissioned (and non-commissioned] * officers of the Army or Navy, now in, or who have been or may be honorably discharged from the service of the United States in the war for the suppression of the rebellion, members of Vermont organizations or natives or residents of Vermont, may become members of the Society by subscribing this Constitution and paying $1.00 to the Treasurer.
ART. 2. The officers of this Society shall consist of a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Recording Secretary, a Corresponding Secretary, a Treasurer and an Executive Committee of three, who shall be elected at each annual meeting. The term of office of the officers shall commence at the close of each Annual Reunion, and continue to the close of the next Annual Reunion.]
* Amendments to the original Constitution are placed in brackets.