Confederate veterans hold a reunion July 4, 1919, in Selma. At front left, John H. Parker holds the bugle he played in the war. The bugle is on display at the Johnston County Heritage Center.
Confederate veterans hold a reunion July 4, 1919, in Selma. At front left, John H. Parker holds the bugle he played in the war. The bugle is on display at the Johnston County Heritage Center. JOHNSTON COUNTY HERITAGE CENTER
Confederate veterans hold a reunion July 4, 1919, in Selma. At front left, John H. Parker holds the bugle he played in the war. The bugle is on display at the Johnston County Heritage Center. JOHNSTON COUNTY HERITAGE CENTER

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