Civil War Reconciliation Event - Wichita Veterans Memorial Park
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Civil War Reconciliation Event

2021, Years
About This Project

To commemorate the Civil War ending 156 years ago today (the day when historians consider the final surrender was signed.)


The Milan Bell was rung at exactly 3:45 PM to call the ceremony to order. A memorial wreath was laid at the Reconciliation Monument by the Flag Pavilion, a chaplain said a prayer of thanksgiving that our country, so deeply divided, was reconciled and a trumpet duet performed the National Anthem and “Echo” “Taps.”

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